The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, May 10, 1946 Page: 4 of 8
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The Crosby ton Review
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FTRST-claaa plumbing. See, us
for real service. A. E. Harrington,
«t the Shoe Shop. r' - 10-tfc
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OPENING CONWAY PIT. Plenty
of Gravel and Sand. 2% mi., west
. IHckfilMk South of MmiU ^ 3-
Epping. .• 18-3tp
rolet truckTSeep. BTH^fner.
r ■: •'••:■£;•• Td-itp.
"See mfefor your air conditioners
now before hot weather gets here
tor good. C. E. Rowse, at Swimdas
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POULTRY RAISERS *
Feed Quick-Rid Poultry 'Tonic
for Diorrhea, -Coccidiosis, Worjns
°£ cqnr - FOR QUICK SALE:-Ideal farm.
. *1-- market. Gggran- —
grass land. 150 acres wheat: bal-
ance of farm land ready-for piarit
tee^Tby yolir "dealer, le-jiRp
* AVON PRORUCTS -
•Graduation gifts for boys '
■tty items" have been * reinsfatwl lii jngs. Electric connections through-
our line. See Mrs. E. O, Burrous. i tnit^aJFTbuildings. Immediate pos-
FOR SALE: • 4-room
hoj^e. Inquire at
for SATiB frame
building'. About 12- by , 2fc feet in
Biz<& Good condition.. gee Clyde
Ausmus. ' 19-11
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew#,
their* son and' wife, Mr? and M™-
Roy Matthews, of Pairtpa spent
the week-end with their daughter ,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. r~l.
Stephens? ' ,T-' ' -
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"Sfozell*Smith and Tom Cox of
Ft. Worth were Sunday afternoon
visitors in the O. B. Hefner home.
Miss' Smith is a piece of Mr.Hef-
By MRS. J. c.
FOR SALE: Grain bed for Chev-
BLANK FLOOR MATSU,
At,.:. Cr6>bytbn Implement ,Corii-:
pany,:1:' • ■•- 19-itc
For. Congressman, 119th District :
6 acres ! GEORGE M'AHON
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iSsioh. See Russell McCurdy. 17tc
BEAUTIFUL Pot PJarits for
"Mother's Day". Also cut flowers
and cotaages. Plenty of garden
plants, all varieties >At Penning-
ton's. * ' ~ • V 19-ltC.
Fosr Sale- Miscellaneous
3H FOR SALE--, Co^^,teJ-tile.-—Ae--
curately made, andproperiy cured.
Standard size.. 5x8x12. Can supply-
any amount wanted. See Albert
FOR SALE-^City or farm pro-
perly. See us first. Mayes & Rob-
ertson. ' 25-tfc
FOR SALE: See me for farm:
ranches, or tovyn property. Russell
FOR SALE: Two four-row gp-
devils, complete vi^h sweeps arid
knives. Nearly new. 1 .See G. O.
Paudler. - - 17-tfc
FOR SALE: Brick duplex! Close
fe"flelipol See Glenn Elltfeon. 18-3tj
FOR SA: _
bench. Also a chest of drawers. In
good condition. All for $30.00. See
C. W. Gowens at the George
Crump Service—Station^ Croahy.
ton. ~ 16-3tp.
FOR SALE: Mocha Storm Proof
•and Northern Star--Cotton Seed.
Culled, and treated. At C. W. Hash
'Sealed bids will be received up
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This^hewspatpeK- is authorized to
announce the following names of
candidates for ' district, ' county,
precinct offices, subject'to the ac?
tion of the Texas Democratic pri-
mary next. July 27th,: - - -
NEEDLE POJNT CLUB .MEETS -
WITH JVIRS. JACK MAYES . ' "
Members of the~Needle Point
^ _ club met Friday May 3rd with
Those *ttSW£ftlrtg were'Meadames
Carl DrfCiesi 'Leige Ellison, Karle
4 Florence, John -Harvey, Milton
Hefley, Campdon Lawpon, Bill
Mayes, EldredrMize.JP>*H. Moody,
Griffin Odom, Bill Reed, Tlllmafi
Reeves, Lawrence Simmons, Fer-
rin. Smith, .and Virgil Spence.- j
The next meeting will be- with
Mrs. Campdon Lawsoh Fiiday
May ifth: GSifftes of "forty-two"
will be played. ...
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CLASS COMPLETES EXT..
-COURSE IN SPANISH
-teafbfr in our sd«wl.«>gl^eS^^LW
• report m? . fee childreri'a work.
They have been learning their
multiplication<*tables and are Study
ing hard on" 2's and 3's.Most ot
the second grade know, their 3's
a^d the first "grade the 2's. ;
.. All df them have maife good on
their memory work, and have fin-
ished their little memory books.
They have memorized .12 pieces of
poetry since mid-term. Fifteen of
them are on the honor roll and the
nam.es Will be ready to send^n
next week. - ^ .. _
Mrs, R. M. McLead -. who is"«,t;
119th District: ,; v —«
L. W..BELL .....
; PRESTON E. SMITH'"
-• •-•>* ' IRe-Election)
For District Attorney,
72nd Judicial "District :.
LLOYD CROSLIN, Lubbock
For District Clerk:
WILL. F- EZELL
f'.r "niiifi '-Tiif .
FOR SALE: Two roan and
Jersey milk cows. Extra good
eows. One Guernsey, a"
Also, ah 18-month old' .H.erefurti
bull, subject to registration. A
good one. See J. F. Egger, 2'i mi.
west of McAddo. ■ "IS'-.'Jtp
FOR SALE: 1937 Chevrolet >-3-
ton pick-up. A-l condition, good
tires. See W. H. Ratheal, ^ BroaiU*
way. • s, J "'" *19-3fcp.
Joe Lamb's, at
tir; May. 23. .1946 on sale x>f proper-
ty formerly.belphgihg • to Pleasant
Hill School District located foUr
and one half miles west-and three
miles north of Ralls -and described
as follows; One windmill; Fc>]
room- home teacherajpa4-~T^t)^r<X)ni
"-Bids-(rnust be made separately
for 1 ach listing and. mailed to or
left with D. .A- .Edwards, Crosby-
By order of Crosby'County School
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NOTICE TO THE "PUBLIC .
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This "is. to announce'that the firm
of Brown &, Curry. Publishing
.Company has.-been dissolved by
mutual agreement between the
Brown and Walter Hubert Curry.
■ In" the dissolution of the part-
nership, Mr. Curry .has purchased
the half interest hitherto owned by
As a result, Hubert Curry takes
over the publication of the Cros2
byton Review as sole; owner and
publisher. The new ownership was"
Nugent E. Brown
VV'alter Hubert Curry
It is our desire to so serve a family in
their houl* of sorrow that we may earn
their lasting ^j)preciation and friend-
ship. When the time, comes that you
Seed the services of a Funeral Direc-
tor, let us help you. • -—
Mr. ^nd Mra. Will Mgrr y
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. King ,
THREE WAY CYCLE TREATMENT
Only Chiropractic of its Kind
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J. J. PIERCE
ELMER H. JONES
L. E. HAYNES
For County Tax Assessor-Collecltor
D. A. EDWARDS
For County: Attorney:
/ L. A. (Mike) wjcKB-. iR;
For County Treasurer:
- R: S. GIPSbN
E. H. FLOURNOY, Jr.
For County Surveyor:
GEORGE E. MAYES
Precinfcfc NOs, 2: -
JOHN G. HARVEY
For County Commissioner
precinct no. a: J
present on^our sick list, may gh to
mountains in N. ,M.V 9r Colo.,
for- %-complete rest M'f the doctor
advises it^"*S^ie Will go with Bro. J.
B. yickery's iolks from Lubbotk
Mr, and "Mrs. j! C. Jopling and
Milton, Mr. artd Mks. Alvie Rat-
heal; and- children attended" the
_ there being 11. . Including' in-laws
grahdchildien and-, great-grand-
children there were 40 present. A
wonderful time was., bad by, all.
The; youngest son, Frank, had re-
cently returned from England.
■The seniors of the Dickens
school put on a very interesting
play at our school Monday" night.
The title was, 'The Brid%rooHiv
Said No." ' • 0
The Methodist ladies entertain-
ed tKe ladies of the Baptist 'church
Mnnday' aJterhoohln ffie homjo'f
MtS. AWe Fewrir'^^v ni^.pro"
gram and - refreshment^ " 'Were en-
joyed by everyone. " * •
Mr, C. P. t Mayor)' Aufill Ts in
The extension elass in- Spa
conducted by Miss Witte of- Tex-
as Tech, has been completed, Mfs.
Hugh—Nation . said this week. A
bout 1,8 personsftook tTie^coursft.
The class wishes .tgL.t'hank Judge
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Mrs. Nation saifr. Judge WaUtfer. a
well-Versed spah5sf^t ?lent, coach
mVny -qf the—.aluxiejits during
he course, and helped', in other
FOB TOUB GRADUATION":
TO ASK FQR JOBS
The attorney general's office at"
Austin this week annonuced the
final.date* on which candidates
for various"'offices clan fill their
petitions for places on "the ballot
to be .used in the Democratic pri-
TEXAS PRIHTIRG m
, - A.-CewARDrOwner '
RALLS, TEXAS —
IlfTB SERVICE YOUR GAR
l. m. tomme .
For County Commteigioiier '
Precinct No. 4: *"
For Justice of the Peace, f
Pfecinet No.' Z: ~"
j. C. (CALVIN) SMITH
Editor and Owner
Entered as second class matter
at the Post Office at Crosbyton,
Texas, under the Act of Congress
if March 3t 1879. . j
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY v
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Jjew ^ervice ^tation
iVe Are Located In the
STATION ON THE HIWAY
NEAR THE CO-OP GIN
Service Is Our
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« Whelesate and KeteU ,
RAYMOND CASKEY, OWM
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suffered a heart attack and at
this jiWiting^V in- a serious condi-
Mrs: Horace" ^Nickels . returned
onday from Fort WortH \vhere
been visjlting friends for-
v pinion,. Formby ^^.Lubbock
spent . the^:.2wetek-end with^fiis
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.. M. C.
FormbyjSr. GlintoEfc- has. just re-
turned from IT months in "the
European area and says, the* USA
looks good jM liini.
FICIAL TO BE
ohn'-palmer, manager of the
Social Security Board will be in
Crosbyton, at the U. S.
fice, at 1140 a.m., Thursday,
May 16, 1946. He is in Crosbyton
one day each month for the pur-
pose of answeri ng'any questions
people may . have on Social .Secur-
ity; discussing possible benefits
and taking claims from persons
who may* be entitled to benefits;
arid of taking applications, for
Social Security account number
cards. —— ■- —r—r-—
The old-age and survivors insur-
ance provisions' of- the 'Social Se-
curity Act do not provide for pay-
ments in. case of sickness or disa-
bility. - . ..
Recently a number of persons
haye contacted this office, seeking,
-l information as to whether or not
they .could receive social security
benefits during periods of illness
Monthly benefits are paid to el-
igible workers who have reached
the age of 65 and retired; benefits
are also provided for eligible sur-
vivors of "insured" workers who
die. But under the present law
there is no provisions for payment
on accpunt of sickness or disabil-
' - ;o,'■; i '1..--^^.1..,
fices, including ^ngres^. distcipl,
judge, district attorney, the Texas
State house of 'representatives or
re senate, must-
ap pi iCa t io ri s "1 ri . the hah ds * of- thc-
CoUhty charihian in each ^oui^y.
of their respective districti5 by.
May 20th. The attorney general
says this application rinust be in
the hand's of the chairman on that
date, riot just in the mail.
candidates for any state office to,
have his application iri the hands
of the State Democratic executive,
committee at Dallas.
All candidates fOr precinct and
co&rity offices must have their ap-.
.plications in the hands of the coun
ty chairman on or before June 15.
t Thq^ Crosby County chairman is
G. E. Huddleston of Crosbyton,
It won't be lQBg now until the
water gets hot-!
TO SPEND MUCH
Expenditures totaling more than
$373,800 will be made in the next
few years by home -owners on
farms and in small communities-of
Crosby County to-improve prearrfit
electric service and home plumb-
ing. . ; ' '
—-These outlays will —1
tioriSl wiring, "bathroom improve--
ments and new electrical equip-
ment for the county's 1,284 farm
and rural homes already serve
Introduction of running water,
installation of tiled bathrooms and
replacement—of out-moded plumb-
Ing fixtures- head the list of most
wanted farm home features. One
in five farm families throughout
the nation plan bathroom improve
ments, he said.
Additional wiring is needed in
practically every farhf h^erwSth
electricity A huge market like-
wise exists for milking machines,
quick freezihg units, electric mo-
tors, baby chick brooders 'and
•♦"Wat ft* -
'"WASH and GREASE
You Get SINCLAIR Fwducts Her*
No matter what,your ear heeds from a service htatioe. wei
ready to supply it and will appreciate t|ie opportunity.
A. B. M^Y, Prop.
SAYS LAND READY
FOR COTTON CROP
J, M. (Jimmy) Rankin, well-
known -farmer living south of
Ralls, in Crosbyton Monday on
business, reports, he v received an
inch and a. quarter „of rain over a
week ago on his place.
for planting of cotton", he said.
s: This "is a mighty fine report,
Jimmy. That sort of report ought
-to be a big help in your politics.
You see, Jimmy is getting ready
for an active campaign In-his race
for couhty judge. He has not been
a farmer always, having spent
more time as a school superinten-
dent than anything else.
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W. H. MeDONOUfill, 74 :
FLIES FROM MONTANA
W. McDonough, 74, arrived
in Lubbock Monday by plane from
his home in ■ Missoula, Montana,
•jfter a trip- whieh he d«scribed
strictly routine. He was mei
nephew, Mr. Garnet Jones, *who
brought him to "Crosbyton for a
Brownfield Hi way, Lubbock, Texas
G O. Paudler left Saturday for
Corpus Christ! where he will at-
tend a convention all this week of
all distributors of marble gum.
He hopes to be home in time to fly
to Clovfs Sunday for the big air
show over there. _ j
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Mina Mills bf Dallas, is. spending
■ LtWQ weeto here
arid husband, Mr, *ahd Mrs.
Hugh Nation.1 : ^
F R A N K M A RT I N E Z
Bltnw KKKUN — VOCAIJNT '
Jack Shirley of Brownfield. Vocalist on Tuesdsy,
--Thursday anil-Saturday - (S
SPEC IAh ATTENTION
NO PARTY TOO I.UtCE 0B TOO SMMt
_ Graduation Clasfies Invited.
NO COVER CHARGE"TIL 9:00
Mr. McDonough ia a veteran air
traveler, and in fact, likes it much
better than traveling by car.
"Tbere'a'two much traffic down on
the ground," he said. < >
He ia viifting here With Mr and
Mrs. * Jones; a Mater, Mrar' Len
Johnston and family, and a broth-
er, T. E. McDonough.
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Free Removal of
FARMERS FUEL &
Crosbyton, Tex. — Phone 51
LUBBOCK, TEXAS ^.:
You WILL Haw
Go A LONG
Wide Driveways — Modern Equii
Alert Attendants -r- No Waiting In
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Curry, Herbert. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, May 10, 1946, newspaper, May 10, 1946; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth256188/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.