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HERE THEY ARE!
Friends have nominated the following girls as contestants in the Automobile Subscription Contest launched yesterday by Crawford's Weekly: SEND FOR RECEIPT BOOKS NOW! Mrs. M i-s Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss M iss BIG STONE GAP Ed. T?te Ruby Jenkins Maude Perkins Beth Sliugart Ellen Baker Louise Horsloy Kutli Watson Grace Long Cora Griflih APPA1 ACI1IA Miss Cecil Moody Miss Mis> Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Quild.i Parks Lictta Dotib Emma l.ou James Maty Duffy Wilma Cri/er Helen Carter R?th Eraziei Elizabeth Sullivan Hiss McSween J. Williard Large ST?NEGA Miss Nell Lavin Mis, May Tillcy Mis. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Paul Gundry Virginia Barker May Leonard Josie Philips Mai y Page NORTON Amelia Miller Margaret McColgau Louise Rogers R. J. Jenkins W. E. Harmon G. H. Walters Maxie Sterne Doris Velev Mrs. C. W. Reese Mrs. Mary Martin Mrs. John Riddle Mrs. John R. Cole Miss Corrie Broadwater Miss Mary Meador Miss Ada Wliitaker WISE Miss Lila Vicats Miss Fay Robcits Miss Mecca Vicars Miss Marie Quillen Miss Margaret St?llard Miss Beatrice Hilton Miss Carolyhn Mills COEBURN Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Lora Jot dan May Sue Shafer Maty Johnson Mary McCarty Ruth Addingto-i Clarice Francisco Janice Carpenter Kate Phipps Ethel Hurd Lola Home Bess Kilgore ST. PAUL Miss Mary Hillman Miss Bculah Rasnick Miss Mary Fletcher Miss Josie White Miss Nell Moore DANTE Miss Ethel Meade Miss Elizabeth Bailey Miss Ha;.el Bruce DORCHESTER Miss Sarah Reese Mrs. George Smith COMMITTEE TO ASSURE FAIR PLAY A committee of respon? sible citizens has been chosen to receive 1 ho sub? script ions, c o im t 1 h e votes, hold the money for thepurchase of the prizes and announce the winners What girl will win this Buick Six Touring Car. costing $1600.00. and equipped by Gilly Bio.s. Motor Company willi Spare Casing, Tire Cover, Bumper, lias and License Tags - all ready lo drive off when Hie coolest closes? NO WORKER CAN LOSE! Commissions of 10 per cent will be paid to those workers who fail to win First or Second Prize. If you don't win a prize you can make enough to take that vacation you have planned. The more contestants there are, the less each will have to work, for the CONTEST WILL CLOSE WHEN THE THREE THOUSANDTH SUBSCRIPTION IS HANDED TO THE COMMITTEE of responsible citizens chosen to count the votes, hold the money for the purchase of the prizes, and announce the winners. Show 'Em That You Are Not A "Dead One" Get your Friends in back you. Your piet ure show will run slides for von. We will furnish yoti with prihted appeals to mail (?ut to your fricntls everywhere. Go in t<? win' Don't say yon have begun to lose pep- I rove to y?ui'sell und your friends that yon are LlVE, DETER MINED, AND MASTERFUL. \\ hat girl will he seen driving over Wise County's new roads in this b ord Coupe Inllv equipped by Greever Motor Sales, Inc. How Votes Will Be Given I Year Subscription .$2.00 2,000 Votes 5 Year Subscription.$10.00 20,000 Votes 10 Vein Subscription .$20.00 50,000 Votes NOTJi; A s year subscription is counted as g subscriptions toward the three thousand minimum re? quired to close the contest; ;i ten year subscription is counted as io subscriptions, The More Contestants, The Easier The Victory In all Wise County it will be a small matter to get 3,000 cash subscriptions at 52.00 each. W ith thirty or forty girls in the contest, it should not take more than a month, which would mean that even the winner of First Prize would likely have to turn in no more than three hundred subscriptions. Join the Main Street Procession Kemoniber, no one can lose; every one gets something?at least wages. The luckiest girl will be able to join the Main Street Pro? cession in all its gaiety with a $1600 Buick Six. The next luckiest girl will he seen driving along the reconstructed roads of Wise county in a Ford Coupe. JHL O ^Vk? TO STA?T For receipt books and more detailed information, write or phone Crawford s Weekly, Norton, Va., and you'll soon be in the game. Pictures of the leading contestants and the winners will be published in our paper. CRAWFORD'S WEEKLY Says The New York World: "Bruce Crawford, ed? itor of Crawford's Weekly, is known to be thoroughly reliable and outspoken." A paper that causes more talk than any other* in Southwest Virginia.