CORINTHIAN CLIPPINGS FOR 1958
ACTIVITIES AT JACINTO (By Mrs. Velma Chase in 1958)
Recent guests in the home of Mrs. Velma Newburn were Mrs. Jessie Bolt and daughter,
Eunice; Mrs. Ruby Carpenter and Mrs. Harold Whitfield of Corinth.
Sunday guests here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rorie were Mr. and Mrs. Staten Rorie
and children and Mrs. Sanford Rorie of Hickory Flat and Mr. and Mrs. Fate Hollin of
Wayne Childers, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Childers, well known in this area, has been
dismissed from a hospital in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he was confined following an
automobile accident in which he was injured.
Mrs. Elton Gray is still confined to the hospital in Booneville, though is has been
reported that she is improving slowly, but is not allowed to have visitors.
Mrs. Ellen Hill is reported to be ill at her home this week.
Mrs. Ramer Wigginton is reported to be improving after being quite ill.
Billy Walker is confined to his home this week because of illness.
Bobbie Armstrong of Memphis spent last weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Rev. and Mrs. Leo Burkeen and children of Memphis were Sunday dinner guests here of their
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chase. Mrs. Bernard Stevens and son, Keith, were also
guests in the Chase home.
Jimmy Rinehart is spending this week in Memphis with relatives.
Mrs. W.R. Chase was a recent guest of her mother, Mrs. Annie Childers, in Corinth.
Mrs. Annie Roseberry spent one day recently with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Owens in Tobe Chapel Community.
CANDID PHOTOS MADE OF SENIORS
The Poloroid camera which the school bought a few years ago has been clicking for a week,
almost without stopping.
All of the seniors were to turn in an individual picture and like most everyone else they
waiting until the last minute to have them made. The photographers, Maurice Morse and
Granville Barnes, have had to run to town to get film and get out of some important
classes to take them pictures. All the seniors say a big "Thanks" to these boys
for all their time and work.
ALUMNI (By Peggy Page in 1958)
Every one is certainly proud of Jackie Simpson for being chosen as "Most Outstanding
Lineman" for the South, in the Senior Bowl Game. Jackie plays left guard for
"Ole Miss." A number of students are planning to attend the banquet in his home,
Gary Briggs, Frank Moss Hutson, Bryan Byars, James Mitchell and Jimmy Harris were home
over the weekend from "State" College.
Jimmy Burress, Mike Helms, Bailey Williams, Don Strickland, and Johnny Burnett were home
from Ole Miss.
During the holidays, the former Sue Carolyn Fowler and Jerry Gibson were married. A short
honeymoon followed the wedding and then Sue Carolyn returned to school at MSCW and Jerry
to Massachusetts where he is stationed at Fort Devens.
Buddy Moses left last week for Fort Jackson, South Carolina, where he will be stationed
for the next six months.
Molly McAmis and Nancye Jane McClure arrived from MSCW.
Hank Worsham returned to Hawaii where he is stationed. He will not be able to return to
the States until next Christmas.
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