The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 7, 1955
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1955 BLTTHBrn.LE (ARK.y COURflffi WEWi PAGSFTV1 - Society News - e Ann Mallorv. Snrief.v Editor * PllO Misi Millie Ann Matlory, Society Editor Phoue 3-4461 VACATION TIME ENDS — Misses Martha and Doris Bean are shown enjoyinjr the last days of vacation before leaving for college. Martha will attend Hendrix College at Conway and Doris will continue her' studies at the University Of Mississippi. (Courier News Fhoto) Blydieville Students Begin Trek To Colleges and Universities Going to college traditionally starts on a railway station platform. First there Is you. in what you have confidently been led to believe are the "right" clothes, and luggage, not in the least new anymore.for young people are already more traveled at 18 than "most of the world used to be at 30. Tenn. DYESS NEWS By Bin. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Scott ot oni- cago, 111., spent last week here with her parents, Mr. and MM. A- "• studies will be: Peter Abbott and Vaughn Johnson, at Arkansas State. University of Arkansas students will be Robert Childress, Billy Gilbow and Billy Michael. Tommy Mosley will return to the University of Alabama. . Joining new students »t Hendrix will be Bobby Lee Hill and Charles Kay Hall. At Mississippi Southern will be Bobby Francis, prank Seay, Mary Kay Crafton, Marojne Dougherty, Betty Lee Garrott and „„.„ - again enter Agnes Scott with Bertha Ann Gaines returning to Memphis State- Gabriel Simon will enroll at Southwestern. Carolem Wilson will continue her studies at Blue. Mountain. Joe Whisenhunt will be a student in Arkansas A. and- M. University of Mississippi will have Bntt Owens. Other Students Other students from Blytheville attending colleges will be: Fred Abbott at Louisiana State Carol Ann Holt. Linda Taylor will University with Calvin Cieschin, Benny Hayes and Emadel Swearengen entering the University of Missouri as juniors. University of Arkansas Razorbacks will "be aided with the yells of Donald Gentry, Jan Rayder, Eddie Joe Whittle, Harold Wayne Wright Laura Alice Hemby, Bobbye June Killian. Jo Alice Mc- Ouire, Warren McClure, John Mitchell and Sally Trieschmann. Ralph Wahl will also be found at Hendrix. Arkansas State will have ! Billy Bert Mayo, Wayne Crouch, Mrs. J. O. Craig of Trumann visited in Dyess Thursday afternoon. Tillman Swinne yof Flint, Mich., and Miss Marie Lafant ot Dyess were married Thursday. Miss Mary sue Oarey of Laporte, tod., spent the past week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain spent the weekend with their parents, Mrs. W. H. Butts at Wilford and Mr. and Mri. i. H. Chaplain at Imboden. Miss Katherine Harris and Miss Shelby Jean Cannady of Memphis cobs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holland and children left Tuesday to visit their son, Archel, and Miss Holland in Little Rock. Mrs. Faut Kirk and son Larry of Memphis were guests of her mother, Mrs. Modena West, and her sister, • Mrs. R. W. Daniels, Monday. Mrs. Sam Jones and Mrs. Austin Chaplain spent Tuesday in Memphis. Eugene and Tillman Swinney and Buddy Tacker of Flint, Mich., are here visiting relatives. E. O. Woody has returned home from Colby, Kans., after a few days here with his daughter, Mrs. Ida Mae Crow. Sam West of Memphis is here visiting his sister, Mrs. R. W. Daniels, and family. Approximately 100 attended the visited relatives over the. weekend, i farewell party Sunday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Willis Proffitt ana! church for the Rev. and Mrs. H. B. baby of Flint, Mich., Bobby Ward' and Miss Jackie Proffitt came Tuesday to visit relatives. Alton Appling and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burfield and children of Helena spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burfield and the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Appling. Misses Pauline and Mozelle Williams of Memphis spent the weekend here as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Billy Joe Collard of Blytheville was the weekend guest of Dane Winningham. Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Harris and th«ir puenU, Mr. »nd Mrs. A. O. McArthur and Mr. and Mr«. Richard Yntes. Mrs. Leroy Cannon and daugh- ter Jean Ann spent the weekend 1» Memphis »s guett of Mn. Huel Cannon and family. Stone, pastor of Central Baptist Church. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Stone left Tuesday for Marrero, La., where he will attend a seminary and work as a missionary with the Spanish people in that section of the state. Everett Ghst has returned from Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hunter are here from Laporte, Ind., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Garey. Mrs. Clara Oamil of Whitton was guest of Miss Jo Ann Cash Friday, j Miss Joyce Cockrum returned Friday to her home in Trumann] ihildren of Detroit, Mich., arrived j after a visit here with Miss Louise Thursday for a visit with his pax-1 Evans. ems. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Harris. I Mr. and Mrs, Jimmie McAfee and Misses pimple and Martha Ben-1 son of Laporte, Ind., have arrived ton and Mrs. R. R. Holland enter- here for a visit with relatives, tained with a shower in honor of] Mr.-and Mrs. Bobby Yates of Ma- j Miss Jo Ann Cash Thursday night i con, Ga.. spent last week here with at the Baptist Church. I : • Mr. and Mrs. Austin Davis and daughter of Pontiac, Mich., were in Dyess Thursday visiting friends and Our Christmas Card Books Now on Display — Beautiful cards at all prices. Order early, get your choice. Only one of a kind. New gifts coming in daily. relatives. Dan Bagwell. Monya Kay Blankenship. Mary Alice McWaiers, Pat Partlow. Ann Prentice Seay and Gail Whitjiu as new students at the University of Mississippi. Ruth Eugenia Johnston will be Blytheville students from the 1955 graduating class leaving to find out about this new life are: James Drane Adams. Teddy Bailey, Noble Gill. Jr., Leo Jackson. Martha Ann Bean and Janice Johnson, who will enter Hendrix College at Conway. Arkansas Polytechnic at Russellville will claim James Eugene Belknap, Jerry Edwards, Earl Allen Hyde and Joe Young. Also remaining in the state ol Arkansas will be Lawrence Brad- Icy. Shirley Richard Hipp. Charles Smallwood. Adam Taylor. Jean Bradley. Carmen Cory. Jimmie Lee Moore, Sherry Sparks and Patsy Yarbro. who will be among the Tennessee law school. One of Blytheville's outstanding j young people. William Daniel Cobb,' will enter Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky. Having already left for Bethany Nazarene College in Bethany, Okla.. are Steve Lynn E.itmon. Janet Taylor and Gary Taylor. The University of Arkansas will again claim a number of Blytheville students. Enrolling there will be Danny Edcmon, John Pong, Charles Calvin Langston. Sam Lum, Jerry Nail. Allen Shanks, James Tompkins. P-ay Westbrook. Milly Ann Bradley. Nancy' Ann Dixon. Linda Rayder, and Patti Deen Wright. many seen on the campus of Ar-; Clarence Hall and Marthanne kiinsas State College in Jonp.sboro. ! Hill will be Jrcshmen at Henderson Condon Bush w'ill follow in his \ State Teachers, College at Arka- brother Allen's footsteps and enter | delphiu. James Leroy Hall will be the University of Tennessee. Allen' a student at Blue Mountain College in Blue Mountain, Miss. Oa vhe roster at Mississippi Southern College will be Julia Ann McCall, Joyce Cleon Mitchell and Peggy Taylor. Beginning her studies for a registered nurse will be Delores Adams. She will be a student at Baptist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis. Dorothy Sue Jobe and Pat Scott a student in the University of the only new Blytheville entry at i Vandcrbilt University in Nashville, will be the only two Blytheville new entrants at Memphis State College. Enrolling fit Memphis business -schools will be Mary Louise Scrape at Draughons and Carlene Tale at Miller Hawkins. Deep in the heart of Texas will be LaNea! Sudbury and Deanna Crews at Abilene Christian College in Abilene. Having received the Chapter D PEO Sisterhood scholarship Martha Ann Foster begins her studies at Cottey Junior College in Nevada, Mo. Second Year Beginning their second year of guest ia tne I home Thursday. of Paragould was a j. Jacobs Down Mississippi way you will j Man >i a Nichols, Ann Hindman and i djnnei find Charles Penn, Amy Claire sue grsborne. Doris Bean, James Robert Weid-i Mrs w mi a m Jacobs and son were man. Bobbie Jean Byrd. Howel risltore m the home of ner pare nts, Boyd and Bobby Orsburne will again enter University of Mississippi. Mississippi State will have Charles Kinningham with Northwestern University in Evanston, 111 , having Charles McDaniel and Granville Cooley. Ouachita College at Arkadelphla will have a ministerial student. Dan Atkins. Betsy Bell. Mary I IT, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas Nell Lane and Allene Wimberly spent the weekend at Wnght with resume their studies at South- ~'~ " Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Freels, and also visited in the Bill Profitt home at Whitton Thursday. Miss Ima Charolette James, who has been employed in Norfolk Va., arrived Friday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Norman James, before entering college at Jonesboro. Mrs. Vernon Butler and son. Jer- western in Memphis. relatives. Dyess had several students leav- Having won a scholarship, Miss j ing for college- this week. Juanita Overman Will continue her! Ima Charolette James and Jimmie Allen will leave for Arkansas State at Jonesboro. Miss Charlene derlich will re-enter Vanderbilt Frisby will go to Memphis State studies at George Peabody College in Nashville. Tenn., and BUI Wun- University there. Evelyn Bowen will enter David Lipscomb College at Nashville. Continuing his architectural studies at Tulane University will be Murray Smart, Jr., and John Wilkes will continue rgs medical studies at the University.-of Tennessee Medical School. Colleges indeed seem to have been waiting all these years just to receive these students. However, in a few da,ys. a week at most, the students will be on their own in a quite new world. But the start is deceptive. with Billy Williams going to Harding College at Searcy. Wayne Lemons. Jimmie Kimbreli and Joe Grey, scholarship winners, will attend Mississippi State. Pete Rogers and Emery Hall will attend Senatobia Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs and son Ronnie spent the weekend at Henderson. 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