The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1949 Page: 2 of 8
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The Crosbyton Review
Birthday Club Will
Meet Friday* Oct, 21,
In George Mayes Home
Mrs. George Mayes wil be host-
ess to the HaftfSr Birthday club
Friday, Oct. 21, it was announced
this week. The ladies are asked to
bring a covered dish for the noon-
day luncheon and remain for the
"We would like to have a large
group present," Mrs. Mayes said.
If you want your car to shine like new, let -us
give it a wash and grease job. We already have
a lot of -satisfied customers, but would like to
show you what we can do.
Cosden Gasoline and Oils
HOHN'S SERVICE STATION
JOHNNY HORN, Owner
Brilliant Styling That's Practical!
WEEKLY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Here's the Answer
; 1 Pictured bird
11 Indian homes
113 Presser ,;
3 Opus (abbr.)
4 Soak hemp
12 Crafty -
13 Belongs to
22 German river ™
23Follow after 16®a^lonian
30 Area°TOeasure f°
47 Gives up
51 Rhode Island
57 It is one of
1 Fixed look
it 27 Fruit
32 Talking bird
41 Bitter vetch
43 Of the thing
33 Winglike part- 48 Individual
85 Social insect 49 Body part
36 Drew closer to 50 Monkey
37 Transporta- 53 Symbol for
tion fees samarium
55 Doctor (abbr )
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your next new car. You'll find
De Soto is easy to handle . . .
and Tip-Toe Hydraulic Shift
with Fluid Drive lets you
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See it, sit in it, ride in it. Come
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new De Soto gives you extra
value for your money!
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Phone 29-W Crosbyton, Texas
DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH SALES & SERVICE
Harmony Club To '
Hold Regular Meeting
In F. A. Greene Home
The Harmony Club of Crosby
county will hold its October meet-
ing in the home of Mrs. F. A.
Greene:Monday night]at 8:00 o'-
clocfi.'withMrs. J. C. McNeill as
co-hostess. All members are urged
to be present.
The October program will be on
American music, with the program
furnished by members. Mrs. Bill
Bell will be in charge, and those
taking part include Mrs. W. Lc
Knapp, Mrs. J. L. McCrummen,
and Mrs. Orval Wallace.
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Set Of Glasses
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See Your Gas Range Dealer
Here's good news, pardner!
Automatic gas range dealers are really
going all out to corral those old stoves.
Now's the time to do some tradin. There's
nothing to compare with the modern auto-
matic gas ranges. You get beauty—plus...
—fast, fiu'omatic, economical cooking ^per-
formance. , _ -
.. and during the Old Stove Round Up
(October 1 to November 30 inclusive) a
set of eight Libby-Owens Chip-Proof "Blue
Flame Glasses" is being given absolutely
FREE to each purchaser of a new natijral
gas range. (This offer applies only to retail
sales.) ASK YOUR DEALER TODAY
ABOUT THE "BLUE FLAME:
Mt. Blanco H. D. Club
Entertained Oct. 6 In
John Fletcher Home
The Mt. Blanco Home Demon-
stration club met Thursday, Oct.
6, in the home of Mrs. John Flet-
cher. Mrs. R. E. Spurgin, chair-
man, presided at the nfeeting, and
the group was^ led in singing by
Mrs. Wayne Appling.
Mrs. Millard Watson presented
the topic, "Why Have a Hobby,
and Money Making Hobbies". Roll
and Why". -
™ Most everyone seemed to have
two hobbies, one constructive and
one collective. The following are
some that were mentioned: read-
ing, quilting, sewing, crocheting,
raising flowers, arrangement of
flowers, studying interior decorat-
ing, and handicraft. Several exhib-
its showing the hobbies of meTfv
bers were displayed. This included
flowers and flower arrangement,
quilts, crochet, some well dressed
little girls, tufted rug, kid gloves
and crocheted purses.
In the collection display were
salt and pepper shakers, vases,
plates, rocks, pitchers, road maps,
and a post card collection. One
member reported as her hobby the
keeping of mimentos of her child-
ren, such as report cards and oth-
er souvenirs of their school days.
Mrs. H. A. Powell reported she
sold $39 worth snapdragon plants
last spring, besides the hundreds
she gave away as the result of her
flower raising hobby.
Mrs. Osie Polasek was the birth
day honoree and received many
The next meeting will be at" the
lunch room. An election of officers
will be held at that time.
See the Modern
A! four veaier s
Helping Build West Texas Since 1927
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Mrs. Bert Black Is
Hostess Sept. 30 To
Needle Point Club
Members of the Needle Point
Club, spent an enjoyable afternoon
in the Bert Black home, on Friday,
Sept. 30, with the main attraction
being the annual display of needle
Four prizes were awarded to
club members for outstanding
work done during the past year.
Mrs. Jack Mayes received a prize
for the best crochet; Mrs. Ferrin
Smith, the best plain work; Mrs.
Griffin Odom, the best hemstitch-
ing, and Mrs. Bert Black, the most
work. . -
The ladies selected as judges
were Mmes. Joe Parks, Annelle
Grogan and J. W. Aynes. They
each were presented with a lovely
linen handkerchief from the club.
Pumpkin pie, topped with whip-
ped cream and coffee, were served
to Mesdames Jack Arthur, Bill
Bell, Bob Blackwood, Bill Corne-
lius, Grady Evans, Keltz Garrison,
Griffin Odom, Carl Grissom, A. R.
King, Jack Mayes, Ernest Rober-
son, Eldred Mize, D. H. Moody,
Ferrin Smith and
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Mrs. Peggy Thornhill
Hostess To Stitch and
Chatter Club at Wake
The Stitch arid Chatter club met
in the home of Mrs. Peggy Thorn-
hill in the Wake community for
a regular meeting recently.
The club planned a party at the
school house for Saturday night,
Oct. 1. '
There-were three new members:
Mmes. Ethel Maze, Lora Tripp and
Refreshments were served to
Mmes. Ethel Carroll, Mary Ruth
Fewell, Bonnie Lee Flemins, Nel-
da Griffin, Faye Hodges, Willyne
Hodges, Ethel Maze, Maude Mc-
Millan, Murlene McMillan, Sue
Moore, Era Mae Seigler, Nita
Winegar, Naomi Mayes, Lora
Tripp, Mavis Barnett and the hos-
tess, Mrs. Peggy Thornhill.
Sew-Mor Needle Club
Entertained in R. A.
Paschall, Jr., Home
The Sew-Mor Needle Club met
is the home of Mrs. R. A. Paschall,
jr., on Friday, Sept. 30, from 3
to 5 p.m.
. The members enjoyed sewing
for an hour, after which a short
business meeting was held. Mrs.
Jack Beeson was elefcted as a new
Members present were Mmes.
Alton Strickland, Wayne Ellison,
Elvis Roberts, Chas. Freeman,
Orval Wallace, Harrold Flehiina,
Bob R. Hefley, J. W. Wood, and
a new member, Mrs. George Ar-
Farmers in the South Plains area
should plant wheat grasses, orch-
ard rye and sWeet clover during
October. The clover should be in-
oculated befbre planting to permit
a nitrogen increase in the soil.
Thirty-seven coeds are majoring
in engineering at Texas Technolo-
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energy without tiring MBJWW,
works thru the blooa to •
tubes and lungs. UsuaUy heW"™
remove thick, sticky mu<^ '
couching and aids freer' t>rsawn«i
sleep. Get MENDAOO Xron
faction or money back guaw
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Curry, W. H. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1949, newspaper, October 13, 1949; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth256366/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.