The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1957 Page: 3 of 8
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Miss Faye Evelyn Cummings And
Franklin Cossey To Marry Sunday
Miss Faye Evelyn Cummings
of Ralls, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Cummings, will be-
come the wife of Fanklin Lee
Cossey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cossey, Crosbyton. Sun-
day, March 17 at the Halls First
The Rev. T. B. Allen will per-
form a double ring ceremony at
3 P-m. A green arch Intermingled
with white carnations, flanked
by tapers; and two baskets of J
gladioli will decorate the I
Also adding to the decor will I
be a kneeling bench on which |
the pair will kneel when Miss |
Patricia Dennard sings "The |
Lord's Prayer." " |
'Miss Roberta Reed, organist,
will play traditional wedding
music and Miss Dennard will
sing "I Love Thee." .
Mother Designed Dress
Mr. Cummings will escort his
daughter to the altar. The bride's
mother designed her waltz-
length goWn of white Chantilly
lace over net and taffeta. The
bodice features tiny self covered
buttons and a pointed waist. A
tiara of seeded pearls and rhine-
stones will secure her silk illus-
ion veil. She will carry a bou-
quet of White-gardenias over a-
white Bible, which is a gift of the
Maid of honor. Miss Marilyn
Smith, Marietta, will wear a
lilac-silk gown designed similar
to the bride's and. a matching
bandeau. She will carry a bou-
quet of lilac carnations and
Raymond' Johnston, Crosbyton,
will be best man and ushering
will be Billy Joe Boyd of Crosby-
ton, and Donald Pierce of Lub-
bock. Harold Brock, Crosbyton;
and Bonnie Cossey, sister of the
bridegroom, also of Crosbyton.
will serve as candlelighters, Miss
Helen Cummings, the bride's sis
ter, is to be at the guest book.
For traveling, the bride has
chosen an aqua faille dress with
white and black accessories.
Cossey was graduated from
Crosbyton High School and Tar-
leton State College. He attended
Tech. His bride attended Ralls
High School and Texas State
College for Women. Denton.
The pair will live near Crosby-
ton where Cossey is engaged in
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heart-
felt thanks to everyone who con-
tributed so much in so many
ways to help in the illness and
death of our loved one.
The family of
Arthur J. Davis
Crosbyton (Tex.) Reriew Page 3
Thursday. March 14. 1957
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis of
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House and Mr. Walter S. Davis
of Salinas. Calif., returned to.
their homes Wednesday after
visiting in the home of their bro-
ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
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By MRS. T. E. THORN HILL
Mr. and Mrs Jark Thornhill,
Pam and Brad - of Amarillo,
visited in our community from.
Wednesday Until Satipday of
last week. They were visiting
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Thornhill and with Mr. and Mrs.
Forest Dendy and children in
the Wake community.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sellers
and baby were Sunday visitors
with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Leather-
wood and Curtis.
Mrs. Baldwin, grandmother of
Mrs. Arvis Moore'i had a very se-
vere sick spell last week and
Mrs. Moore stayed with her for
several hours, until she was
better. * ■ - .
Charlie Mac visited a few
days last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Moore.
Pvt. Donald W. Thornhill of
Fort Hood spent Saturday night
and Sunday with his parents,
Mr and Mw. T. K: T+tnmhtRaml
Tommy. Other Sunday visitors
with the Thornhills were Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Spence of Floy-
dada. Mrs. Homer Miller ol Cro-
ton, Mrs. Ira Edwards. Billy Don
and Tressia Sue of Dickens, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Beckham, Mrs. Co-
lene Thompson, Monica and
Rodney, and Mr. and Mrs. D. 1)
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Beckham
and Barbara Kay of Lubbock
came by for a few minutes with
the Ben Beckhams Sunday morn-
ing They were on their way to
Oklahoma City on business.
Mrs. Steele of Crosbyton visit-
ed from Friday until Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. BenrJPtT?
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spence
were Sunday evening callers -in
the J. M. Bennett home.
"Mrs. M. R. Givens and Mickey
were Thursday evening callers
in the Ben Beckham and D. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt McClure
and Duane were Sunday dinner
guests with Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald McClure and family.
Mrs. D. D. Thornhill, Mrs. S. J.
Thornhill. Pam and Brad, were
Friday afternoon callers in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Giv-
ens and boys.
Marshall Berryspent ^Monday
night of last Week with Tommy
Mrs. J. C. McCraeken, Mrs. M.
R. Givens and Mickey, were visi-
tors in the J. M. Bennett home
on Monday afternoon of last
week.* . ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morris and
Joyce had as their visitors Sun-
day Mr. Morris' mother of Spur,
his brother and family of Chil-
dress. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Morris
and boys of McAdoo, Mr. and
Mrs. Waldo Havens of Kalgary,
and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Webster.
Elaine and Brian. The group
was helping H. L. celebrate his
birthday. We also would like to
wish for him many more happy
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trul!
went to Fort Worth Sunday af-
ternoon. They attended funeral
services there Monday for an
uncle of Harolds. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Joplin stayed with the
grandchildren. Alton Clifford
and Cathey. while the Trulls
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Mr. and Mrs. K. L". Katheal vis
iti'<i their daughter anil family,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Havens
and Shelly Juan of Dinimitt on
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Reddell of the Wake
community. They are the proud
parents of a baby son. Mrs. Red-
dell .and baby were-.doing nicely
at the last report.
Grady Howard made a busi-
ness trip to Graham the first of
Mrs. J. C. McCraeken. Mrs. J.
B. Marley and Mrs. Grady How
ard visited a shott while Sun-
day night with Mrs. II. R. Star-
rett. Mrs. Starrett was not feel-
ing at all well. She took a fall
Saturday and hurt her arm and
was quite shaken up. We surely
hope she will soon be feeling
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Grady Heward. They have
bought a new Plymouth.
Mr. and Mrs. R M. Spence of
Floydada, Mr. and Mrs. f. L.
Thornhill and A. L. Winegar
were Thursday visitors with the
Ben Beckhams. The men also
helped Mr. Bc< kham carpenter.
Another of our fine young men
has volunteered for servicg to
his country. Charlie Mac M«>ore,
son of Mr. and Mrs^Arvis Moore,
has volunteered for the Marines.
He was to have been in Dallas
on Monday of this week. Char-
lie, our prayers are with you,
and we truly ho|>e for you the
best of Itrck and hope you will
be happy while in service. *
Mrs. Forest Dendy and chit'-
week where Duane visited the
ear specialist lie has been hav-
ing quite a bit of trouble with
an infection in his ear, and we
are happy to report it is much
better. We surely hope it will
soon be well again.
Quite a number of parents
from .our community visited at
school last week' during Public
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Berry and
Billy Don of McAdoo were Friday
callers in the Cecil Berry home.
Well, looks like the McAdoo
Citizens Gin is sure gonna be
moved.—They started moving it
I#st week: knowtbere will
be a -lot. of hard work involved,
but we hope lor them Ihe best
of lhck -in fhelr new location
near Mt. Blanco.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beckham
made a business trip to Floyda-
da Saturday morning of last
C. B. Leatherwood galled in
the Arvis Moore and T. E. Thorn-
hill homes Monday morning of
this week. •« ..... •.
DonaldJW. ThornmUjlsjted a-
"while Sunday morning with Cur-
out of truck-work!
TtTPTT-nf'' Wake visited wwhiit1 **n-
Frlday evening in the D. D.
Tommy Thornhill spent Thurs- ;
flay night and Friday with Mar- j
shall Berry. The kids really en- i
Joyed the one holiday from
school on Friday of last week.
Mrs. Hoyt McClure and Duane j
went to Lubbock Friday of last
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it Crosbyton. Crosby Co., Texas, j
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Curry, W. H. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1957, newspaper, March 14, 1957; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth243354/m1/3/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.