The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1949 Page: 4 of 8
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Fabian and Troy Lemley, and
Johnston spent the week-end
at Possum Kingdom lake on a
fishing trip. -
Mr. J. H. Reed, of Crossett, Ark.,
was the guest last week of his
cousin, Rev. H. M. Reed and other
DR. JIM J. ROBERTS
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Public Service Co. :
Night Phone 5750
Lubbock, Texas ;
Mr. and Mrs. EC L. Blum and
family of Temple City, Chlif, are
visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Wallace and Alton,
and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Wallace.
Mrs. Blum is a sister of Mrs. A.
W. Wallace and Mr. Blum a bro-
ther of Mrs. Orval Wallace.
Mrs. E. P. Humphries of White-
flat is the guest this week of her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Wallace arid Alton. ~
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i- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Denton re-
turned last week from a 10-day
vacation spent in New Mexico,
Colorado, Yellowstone Park and
Montana. Mrs. H. L. Andrews, of
Clovis, N. Mex., visited here with
her mother, Mrs. J. K. Fullingim*
while the Dentons were away.
TWO BEAL CAB
1941 PLYMOUTH $600
1941 Chev %-ton Pick-up... $450
NOW IK STOCK
New V2-ton and %-to
O specially designed
fc-'ools and equipment
°nd "PProved parts
• It's an unbeatable combina-
tion that makes our service
outstanding at any time! If you
want prompt, courteous atten-
tion ... if you want a fine job
et a fair price . . . come in and.
see us today. That's exactly
what you'll get!
You'll find the men who
know your car best at
the sign of
Lodal & McCrummen Motor Co.
IF BETTER CLEANING AND
BETTER SERVICE ARE
WHAT YOU WANT...
Then Try Us Today!
One Of the Most Complete Dry Cleaning
Plants In West Texas
Tiy Our New Improved
Curtain and Drape Service
RAIN AND SUNFADE REMOVED TO
MAKE YOUR CURTAINS LOOK
1 LIKE NEW AGAIN!
We invite you to bring your next
cleaning order to us.
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RECORDS: Popular brands, 45c.
Mayes Appliance. 33-ltc
FOR SALE: (jlQ-fpot Hoeme
plow, $200. See JH. L. Morris, Mc-
Adoo. * ' ' 32-2tp
FOR SALE: 1941 Glider trailer
house. Bargain at $600. See Fred
Hill or J. E. Collier. 32-2tp
May's Auto Sup-
NEW GAS MOTORS for May-
tags. Also new Maytag washing
machines. C. E. Rowse, at Mayes
New and Used Ford Tractors
4-BIN GRANARY, 20x28 ft., with
hallway through'center, $600.00.
See S. P. Starrett, East Plains/ -
Just redecorated.-See Lige Ellison,
or phone 107-J. y 33-2tp
FOR SALE: My home north of
school campus. See Mrs. I. V.
Freeman, phone V9-R. 33-ltp
REAL ESTATE LOANS
"I have lots of good listings. Let
me know if you would be interest-
ed in selling your place to a G. I.
under the Texas Veterans Land
GARNET JONES AGENCY
Phone 108 ~~33-ltc
GARDEN AND YARD WORK:
Also fericfe building. C. P; Yarbro,
at Marshall Motor Co. 33-4tp
"STOPETTE" Spray Underarm
Deodorant, perfect for traveling.
Will not leak, spill or break. Phone
136, Sarah's Beauty Shop. 32-2tc
Real Estate and Loans
WORK INSURANCE AGENCY
WILL TRADE Farmall F-20
with equipment, in perfect condi-
tion, for a Ford tractor and equip-
ment. See T. T. Grizzle, Kalgary,
Texas. - 3212tp
FARMS FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 650-acre farm in
Yoakum county, 635 acres in cul-
tivation. $45 per acre. Terms
Work Insurance Agency. 33-ltc
""FOR SALE: See me for farms,
ranches or town property. Russell
McCurdy. r- lt/c
FOR SALE: City or farm pro-
perty. See us before you buy.
Mayes & Robertson. 6-tfc
WANT TO RENT: Unfurnished
house or,, apartment, 4 or 5 rooms.
See C. O. Head. 33-3tp
WANT TO RENT By Sept. 1—
3-bedroom house. Will pay bonus.
Would consider buying. Write Box
308, Crosbyton. 32-2tp
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Red and' black spotted
pig, weight about 50 lbs. Lost last
Friday. Return or notify H. W.
Mt. Blanco News
By Mrs. Weldon McCIUre
The Workers' Conference at the
church was well attended Tues-
day. ^ v
Mr. and Mrs^*Henry McCauly
and Mrs. T. R. Elder of Ft. Worth
spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Brown and family.
Mr. and Mrs. -Rudolph McCurdy
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Brice Allen* Afternoon
visitors of the Aliens were Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Allen and son, Bill,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Appling
were Sunday night supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Forgus.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and lit-
tle daughter, Lynn, of Lubbock
spent the week-end with Mr. and
"Mrs. Alvin Smith and Mr. and
Mrs. E. .H. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Haverstock
and little daughter, Ruth Ann, of
Midland, spent Sunday night with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Armstrong. The Haverstocks, ac-
companied by Mrs. Armstrong,
left Monday for a vacation in Den-
ver, Colo., and in "Kansas with re-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Watson and
James visited Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph McCurdy and
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Powell were
Saturday night supper guests of
Mr> and Mrs. Dennis Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. Lasseter were Sun-
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Forgus
ABOUT ATHLETES FOOT
2127 Prominent Druggists
Can't Be Wrong.
. Hare's what Stout of Parkaraburg. W.
Va„ aava. "Tha .„la of TE-OL haa been
v«ry plea sin One customer said it is
5 f " * th,n« •** years that gave
IN ONE HOUR
if not completely pleated. Your J5e
** «ny drug (tore. Locally at
NICKSON DRUG CO.
and children are vacationing in
Mr. and Mrs. Brice Allen and
girls visited in Lockney Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mosley were
last Thursday dinner guests of Mi',
and Mrs. Weldon McClure.
Miss Lenore Haverstock of Lub-
bock spent part of last week with
Mr. and .Mrs. R. D. Armstrong
and Roy Dee.
Ronald McClure spent Thu'rsday
night with Jerry McClure,.
Mrs. Dennis Taylor iS in th3
Plains Hospital in Lubbock, hav-
ing undergone major sujjgery on
Tuesday of this week. She was
not resting well Wednesday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hill and
sons returned Saturday from Ok-
lahoma where they had been at
the bedside of Mrs. Hill's father.
They report him as not much im-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman
and son, Eugene, of Abilene, spent
last Thursday and Friday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
McClure. The Normans had car-
ried their daughter, Joann, to
Memphis to visit the Robert Moss
family. She, with Mr. and Mrs.
Moss and sons, are vacationing in
Colorado this week.
f/rese /terns ; < tfiese SAVIN
SPECIALS TOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
No. 2 Can
Wilson's - Quarters
Sun-Spun, No. ZVz 25c
MARRIAGE DATE SET FOR
MISS MARJORIE SPURGIN
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Spurgin, of
Crosbyton, are announcing the'en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Marjorie,
to Wayne Riley Dean, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William R$ley De&ik of
Lubbock. * q 4MB \
A double ring ceremony will be
read Sunday, Sept. 4, at 9:00 a. hi.
in the Lubbock Central Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Denton and
Mrs. J. K. Fullingim left Thurs-
day morning to take Mrs. H. L.
Andrews, who has been visiting
here, to her home in Clovis, N.
Mex. They plan a 3-day fishing
trip while they are away.
New Potatoes no zcan
Home fpjn Wedding Trip
Mrs. Keith Brashear, who was j
Miss Mary Jane Ruffner before
her marriage Friday, Aug. 5, and
Mr. Brashear are now. at home af-
REVIEW CLASSIFIEDS BRING RESULTS
ter a wedding trip in New Mexico.
Mrs. Brashear, an honor grad-
uate of Peabody High school at
Pittsburg, Pa., is an employee at
Citizens National Bank, while Mr.
Brashear is associated with his
father in Brashear Auto and Sup-
The couple are at home at 312
West Fourth street. J '■
and Title Company
UlP-TO-DATE INDEX OF CROSBY CO.
Prompt, Efficient Service
Room 4 Lamar Bldg. ^ Phone 2
CROSBYTON, TEXAS .
JVtethodist WSCS Holds
Monday Meeting at •
The Women's Society of Chris-
tion Service, met at the parsonage
Monday afternoon with Mesdames
Gertrude Brixey, Q. L. Hames, H.
S. Crausbay, W. L. Knapp, H. C.
Hoover, D. H. Cornelius, T. \J. Pa-
trick, Lloyd Hamilton, W. P. La-
mar, Miss Marie Lamar and Rod-
ney Hoover present.
Mrs. Brixey conducted the devo-
tional on "Victory Over Self",
Mrs. Hamilton had charge of a
quiz on "The Guide", for the ben-
efit of all officers.
All members of the Executive
Board were asked toi>e presenCat
2:30 p. m. next Monday to makte
quarterly reports. A Japanese
Christmas party is to be held at
the social hour.
For quick comforting help for Baekaeba.
Rheumatic Pains, Ctottinf Up Nights, atrong
cloudy urine. Irritating paaaagei, L«g Paina,
circles under eyes, and awollen ankles, due
to non-organic fnd non-syatemlo Kidney and
Bladder troubles, try Cystm. Quick, complete
satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Alk
your druggist tot CyaNx today.
We Sell Dressed, Home-Giovo
_ Fryers at 55c lb.
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Buy your fryers from us and you get f
home-grown fryers that you know are g1
And at the same time you are furnishing a mar-
ket—the only market at present—for chic!
produced by your farmei'fiiendsr
AND FEED STORE
COME TO THE REVIEW FOR YOUR OFFICE SCPPL®
FISK TIRES $
6:00 x 16 - Tax Inc.
RATTERIES S9.95 up
(15 months Guarantee)
HAV0LINE OIL $C
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We Wholesale Texaco
OILS and GREASES
V.JLCHB0N TEXACO SEBVI®
Formerly FARMERS FUEL & SUPP1-*
Our wholesale department, with load'H#
in the rear of building*; will still be Jaiown pf
the old name. - • T
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Curry, W. H. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1949, newspaper, August 19, 1949; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth256358/m1/4/: accessed May 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.