The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1957 Page: 2 of 8
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Am* 11. HP
HIGH SCHOOL MEW*
r saujb muom
PLAT CAST IS
- The Junior Play cast was cho-
an last Monday. This play is s
farce-comedy in three acts enti-
tled -Junior Prom**. It is written
bgr James P. Stone and produced
tgr the Junior class with special
arrangement from Row, Peterson
£ Col, Evans tan and New York.
The cast Includes: Hily Haines,
a "woman** of 17, Carol Nickson;
Olivia, 28, a discontented maid,
Charlotte' Kitchens; Queenie
Smith, 17. HUd/s friend. Edna
Pletchec; vCb uck Haines. 18s a
hoy with ideas, Jim Sudduth;
Prankie Brown, 18, an embryo
Wolf, Bobby Smlthee.
Mis. Haines. 38; a harassed
mother, Wanda Howard; Cora
Haines. 19. a city cousin. Linda
Ochsner; Willie Vermin, 17, to
see him is to believe him, John
S nod grass; Jerome Haines. 39
an innocent father, Billy Don
Hodges; Clarence Weeger, 23. a
dizzy pugalist. Gene Long; Cas-
sandra Cholmundelay, 19, a diz-
zy dame, Cleta Allen; Docto.-
Prescott, the Haines' neighbor,
j Cecil Simpson.
! The "backstage" cast Includes:
! assistant director. Max Galli-
1 more; stage manager, James
FOR TOPS Df 1
WITH HO ADVANCE
PICK UP. A DELIVERY
Drake; make-up, Janice Fowler
and Ouita Fowler; prompters,
Mary Beth Moyers and Roy Don
This play will be given May 3.
The play all happens the qight
of the Junior Prom when Hildy
comes dow* with the measles,
and everyone is quarantined.
NATIONAL FHA WEEK
Sunday the Mary Beth Chapter
of Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica attended church together at
the First Methodist Church. Ap-
proximately 25 girls attended.
Monday there was a buffet sup-
per in the Home Economics cot-
tage. Tuesday the "Howdiest
persons in school" were selected.
They will be given awards Fri-
day. Wednesday girls will wear
red and white, colors of the or-
ganization. Red roses will be
planted Thursday, and Friday is
the day for a style show pre-
senjed by girls who have made
garments in home economics
TWIRP WEEK ENDED
Twirp week was last w<°ek
This week the whole situation of
dating was reversed.
The rules are: girls are requir-
ed to carry the boys' books, open
doors for them and escort them
to class. They also ask boys for
dates, use their cars and pay th<(
If these rules are disobeyed by
the girls or if they do not buy
hunting licenses, they are issued
tickets by the Student Council
members acting as policemen.
A "kangaroo court" will be
held this week prosecuting all
those who were Issued tickets.
.ill by itself!
SIX WEEKS TESTS
Six weeks tests start Thursday.
The first, third and .fifth period
tests will be Thursday, and sec-
ond, fourth and seventh periods
will have tests Friday.
SPEECH PLAY WINS
SECOND IN AREA CONTEST
"The Sisters Mcintosh", the
1957 speech play, aftej winning
district March 19, lost at the area
meet Friday night, April 5. Jay-
ton High School's presentation of
"The Perfect Gentleman" won
first, and the Crosbyton play
won second. Sal lie Wilson was
named Best Supporting Actress.
She played Tizzie Mcintosh in
This play was also given in
Ralls High School Wednesday
afternoon at 2:00 for an assem-
j bly. then again., 'at Crosbyton
Grade School Tor an assembly on
Big Foni News
By MRS. JOHN 1. PARKER
Mrs Mae Waldrop, who has
been visiing in the home of her
sister. Mrs. Otis Justus, left Fri-
day for Grand Prairie for an ex-
tended visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Gwin Uale Fow-
ler and girls of Corpus Christi
sp«'nt Thursday until Monday
visiting with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Loyd A. Fowler. Harley,
and other relatives and friends.
Mr. Clarence Smith went to
Portales Wednesday for his
mother. Mrs. O. C. Smith, who
returned with him (or a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Heath of
Haskell are visiting their daugh-
ter. Mrs. Clyde Davis, Mr. Davir
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Green and
children visited Wednesday ev-
ening with Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
We are happy to report that
Mr. M. Odom is improving at his
home following release from the
local hospital Friday.
Mrs. O. C. Fowler was a visitor
with Mrs. C. C. Smith Thursday.
Gwin Dale Fowler was a Satur-
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- GAS AND
with Hazel Kirkendall'.
j Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith had
I all their children at home Sun-
! day. They are Mrs. Ray Carr and
children and Miss Clarice Smith
1 all of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs.
I Royce Smith and children. Mr.
, and Mrs. Bluie Smith und Brow-
nie Smith. Other callers Sunday
! were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parker
'and Mr. and, Mrs. Billy Parker
and children of Muleshoe.
j Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Odom and
i Andrea of Crosbyton visited his
; father, Mr. M. Odom and the W
C. Odoms Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
T. G. Kirkendall and Mrs. W. W.
i Brints were Monday morning
I Mrs. Audrey Exum and Mrs.
| Hazel Kirkendall were Lubbock
Mr. C. C. Smith and mother
! Mrs. O. C. Smith were Saturday
afternoon visitors of the Bill Par-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Parker
! and Duane spent Saturday night
| and Sunday with the John L.
j Parkers. Other callers Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Don Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holcomb and
Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Gwin Dale
day evening caller.-
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker.
Michael and Carta of Muleshoe
spent the week-end with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parker.
Mrs. Cecil Brock spent Friday
Fowley and gi rIs. Mrr- and Mrsv
Leslie Fowler and girls. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Blocker, Mrs. Loyd A.
Fowler. Clyde Ellison. Carroll
Robertson, Mike and Stiles Den-
Other visitors in the John L.
Parker home during the week
were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maples;
Mr. and Mrs. W W. Brints; Bill
Odom; Glenford Fowler; Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. B. Parker and Allen
Mrs. Allen .Mize and Wilbur.
Mrs. Bill Nickson and Carol went
to Weatherford, Okla., over the
week-end to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Don Nickson and son.
Those enjoying Sunday dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd A. Fow-
ler and Harley were Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Blocker. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Fowler and girls all of Lubbock;
Mr. and Mrs. Gwin Dale Fowler
and girls of Corpus Christi; Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Reynolds. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Parker and child-
ren of Crosbyton: Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Williamson of Ralls, and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs T G. Kirkendall
were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kirkendall
Rodney Maples spent Sunday
with Randall Ellison, Zane Elli-
son spent Sunday with Terry El-
Mr. and Mrs. Seaboume Eicke
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and boys of Snyder visited over
the week-end in the homeof her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. TTTus-
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Taylor ot
Godley spent Monday night with
her brother. Mr. T. G. Kirkendall
and Mrs. Kirkendall. The Taylors
were enroute to California.
Quite a group of our "Com-
munity Spirited" people met fcr
a "Work Day" at the Community
center Tuesday. The auditorium
was scrubbed and grounds clean-
ed. Lunch was enjoyed at the
noon hour.* Those who took part
are to be commended and thank-
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd E. Fowler
and Linda visited in Lubbock
Sunday with tfieir son and fam-
ily. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Fow-
ler and children, with his sister.
Mrs. Fern Julian and also with
his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Fowler,
who was dismissed from the hos-
The next club meeting will be
with Mrs. Vina Fowler.
There is no need to worry if vou have your in-
surance with your Local Independent Agent;
We have no connections wi^h any bureau!, union
or other membership organization that offer in-
surance. Our companies have age, stability and
prompt claim service. It's costly to buy bargain
GARNET JONES AGENCY
rOR MRS. fflWRT.SH JO
WKtMUOL arm trsmt
The Pact Matron's Club of
Crosbyton O. C. S. Chapter |av«
Mis. Chartsle Jo Ratheal of Lo-
Registration Begins 9:30 a.m.
Entertainment — Business — Fish Lunch
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Curry, W. H. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1957, newspaper, April 11, 1957; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth243358/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.