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   Grapevine Sun, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1961, Grapevine, Texas                                Publiihed t 1897 VOLUME 115 AlHilST School Opens September 1 Football Tickets On Sale Soon sHiool year be Kins on In Hrape Holidays will be observed follows LaboiDay 4 Tliaiikssivinir XH Chrislinas 1 ends IK Knstev April 2021 Baccalaureate service is plan ned for May with graduating e x e re so t f o r May A general faculty meeting is scheduled for 10 August 80 and a meeting with building prin eipala A workshop foi all faculty members is plan for oti the 30th and ut Resignations have been accept ed from nnd tl CLUB NEWS The last order for Pep Club uniforms will sent off Satur HThere are throe nines thtit may be bought before If they are not bought they will be sent back and ex changed for larger If girl who hough a uniform in llu first order would liku to exchange her uniform for another please contact Lou Clark All girls who huve not picked up their uniforms please do Gas Seeking America Deadline for enteringDie 1 America comiiotHion is Au gust according to Lone Stai Gas cosponsors of the annual Ihc nations top will ho chosen at the LonLcsts National Finals in November 2V Deccmbor ContcMants from tho 50 at a t will meet n nd vie for tliu coveted and u fjiil of fabulous America is judged on cooking and menu plan table child community ulwrcti nctivi poise and appearance and The wiiinci of llie Amer ica title will receive at least in persona appearance fees im allexpense paid trip throughout Ihc country a free airlines rip for herself and her husband lo Bernmla Madrid ami Ron and in She will also win a twoweek Florida vacation at Lnuiler dalc for her entire family complete wardrobe of Amer ica fashions a complete set of Tuppenvnve plastic food storage and serving a Savings Bond an arriortment of home beauty products from the Toni Company JohnsManvjllc home building supplies valued at nnd a Magic Chef gas Lone 3ns Company is con ducting the search for the stales representative to the National Regional winners will he chosen in Fort Abi and Wtico during the week of The five re gional winners will then meet in Dallas November 23 to deter mine who is crowned Texas will be awarded a major gas appliance a ward robe from the Puritan Dress iti cash an expense paid I rip for herself and her husband lo the National Finals and other prizes lo ho Organizations who successfully sponsor a Texas contestant will receive cash bonuses for their A club spon sored entrant selected for the regional contest will win for the If the entrant is selected ns a regional the club received an additional The group sponsoring1 Texas will receive a Stai1 club sponsorship is not a requirement for entrance into the Official entry forms for the 22nd a n nun America com petition may he obtained from Lone Star Gas pleted forms must he returned to the company on or before August Clarice Lemoine Wright and Miss June Wright loft Friday for a vacation in and Wayne Logos and Gary and returned home Monday after spending the past week visiting relatives nnd friends in Hugo nnd En route home they visited and Clarence Tillery ami in Grapevines 1961 Traffic Calendar 45 Acciclenti 8 Injured Properly Damtge ind will go on snle 1 William llueknor hns been an Those fans who want Die saint pointed treasurer of Grapevine seals as last year must pick u School District for the period their season tickets by Septcm September to August Uljlier at tin office rved SPJI ts in Rtniliuiu for the1 football season j The first tfume of the seasu will be played here ujrainst Kclle on September Registration Date Set For Carroll School The Carroll Independent School District has set 1 at us its registration day for the beginningof anotlioi school All students except the first grade will remain in school llv full The first will be released at if their parents call for Lunches will be served on reg istration Ninth grade students will reg ister on ut Doyle Willis Is Governor for Day Sonntor Doyle Willis if hort President 1ro Tom of the served as Acting Cover nor Saturday night followim ail journment of the Aa GovornoiDaniel and Lieutenant Governor Ramsey iMited themselves in order thai the President Pro Tom eonlil have the Governor Willis served until Daniel and Ramsey returned Governor Daniel left a hot mid night supper at the Mansion for the Acting Governor and Iris fam Governor Willis was in ly Chief Justice Roljert Cill vert of tho Texas Supreme who will ho 53 on Aug st was burn in a oalin in Kniifinnn County nnd worked his way through Hie University of Texas nnd the Georgetown Uni versity Law School in Washing He served in tho Army Air Force from 1041 to with duty in the Western Pjitific a coinbut intelligence officer for the aist liombcr tie earned the Slur and four buttle Willis was State Commander of tho Veterans of Foreign Wars 1058fifl and is past president of the Tarrant County Reserve Offi cers He was elected to he House of Representatives in serving three aud to the Senate in lie was roelected Sena tor in 1066 and Willis is married lo the formei Evelyn McDavid of Fort They have four Open House nnd Clyite Clicalliam Imve moved into their new home ind invite their friends ind ncicli JOrs to open house from to 4 ATIO SUPPER nnd fimyrl en citained with a patio supper at heir home noar Grapevine Lake Friday Guests were their Joe Snyder and Lytlia and and and There will lie no school 01 September I Ijihor Memorial Baptist Church Loci Imlor Al the Sunday morning wor ship hour Memorial Huplist Church will bo privileged to Imvi ns irucst Drown from the Seminary in Worth Ho will proaili at the mornini service On Sunday evening the Church Choir will present the sermon i The Cross of Ev ery inemlitr uf the ihnrcli will want to be present for this moan itltffn service of SUPPER AND CONFERENCE TO BE HELD The monthly fellowship siippc and business will bi held Wednesday hegmtiiug DEACONS LEAD PRAYER SERVICES During lie absence of Llie pas tor the deacons have been lending tlio Wednesday prayer Louie Pollord is chaii of Lic deacon TIM HARPER SETS RECORD AT LEWISVILLE OAK RIDGE GOLF COURSE Tim I year old son of and set a course record at Oiik IluJgc Jolf Courfio in by poHlinu a scoro of 3J for tlie Mt Tiine a junior in i rapevine High School has been playing golf for three He 1ms won the is trie tied for second in 11 ie nnd placed 18th in State golf TOMMY HUFF SERVING ON USS REHOBOTH to return lo San recently aboard Hie surveying ship USS Kehoboth WEIK Tommy son of and Tom The which lias op erated in Pacific waters for tlio KLsL three and onehalf is the oaly ship iti the Pacific Pteet specifically designated and equipped to conduct occaiiogrEiph ic survey EI nd MrsLester ClmstEun and and Glenn Cornelius and daugh returned home last week after spending eight days vacationing in Nevada and They visited Disney Calalina Hoover the Grand Canyon nnd other points of Jncle Dan from Lonesome Dove says DEAR MISTER EDITOR I see by the papers where some doctors from the American Medical Association hns Kvc out i warning that entinp wild especial that aint ood find ripe will cause a dio pyrobezofir in the stomach hat require removal hy Im mighty glnd to this in Itll give me the will power to quit wild or ripe or At my igo I dont want to git diospyro jezoa A ny thing wi th n n EI me ike that could be fatal to ns old Let a doctor tell a old ot hes going to die if he dont quit drinking nml its like pour ng water on a ducks But ell him hes going to pit dio pyrobezoar and youve done tired him I sec where theyve a New York surgeon on the carpet fer using a standin for The standin surgeon lont show tip tilt the patient is then he is gone afore he patient conies The big name surgeon takes credit fer ho pads the bill extra leavy to take care of the stand In basketball theyve been ailing it the and with hem big electric companies the luvernment called it nit the medical perfession will come up with a fancy name fer his Ktnndin maybe all it diocpyrobczonr spelled Its fritting Mister cverthing in this country is op crated on the fix or gap We got the missile tho import and export and a dozen other gnpSj all of em Hut least we con understand that kino of lan Its n pity them Guvermncnt agencies and bu reaus dont git down to some threeletter But ever now and then one of them agencies will show a little Fer I was reading where a Alberta farmer shot down a crow that was wear ing a leg band that The farmer sent a letter to the Guvernmont Dear I shot one of your pet crows the other day and followed your I washed biled it and surved It was He got n letter hack saying the leg band was a abbreviation fer Washington Biological and on account of the they was changing it to Notify Fish and Wild Life Them Gov ernment folks hns to learn the hard I got to stop Mis ter and either put the fix on my old lady or do somepnn about the gap be tween my lawnmower and them weeds shes complaining about in the back Yours Uncle Dan Shower Honors Miss Dobecko Miss Mnroelln hriiU elect of Kdwin son o and lion Vnmv of was complinuiiliMl with i showor at n morning cof fee in the home of llownn Kohnck 12 Miss SinTowers wus liifivshmenls served n table covered with while iut over Chosen colors of OK An in of pink carnations and uhtu list Urcd the Sixteen WIMV le Tho fondle plun In First Baptist Church ESTHER CLASS MEETS Tho Ksther Oluss miU for their monthly business meet ing mid luiKhoon Thursday in tho homo of Long fomluiUd tin meeling Ud I h and Annii Duvis opening wtiy tl biMs uf the llu Henry had ruingo t Others prtsint were H lluiUney ami clmigliUr Pierci Cuuly IK Lois SinMul TluncI nnd Loyd Cor The next nioiting of HH dass will be the church on Kipiem her RUTH HII1LE CLASS MEETS The Itnlli Hiblc fMuss met in he home of Iliehard Sharp ens Wednesday of week for i hiniiheon and bnsiiKss Jnck Nrff lid fituwe wiMT 0hos Wtsl comliifUd Ihc msincss inocling and tox loil the opening Clyde Hie de otioinil nnd officers for tlio new ear weio A sjilnil plate wns to 20 members and throe HELEN STEWART CHICLE MEETS Tho Helen Stewart Cirelt of lie met Tuesday morning n the home of Sue Mullins or Hiblc Kul urson confine ted the business Thy prayer calendar was end by Harris and Klwootl Chick led the were so rved to he eight members FRIENDSHIP CLASS MEETS The Frcndsltip Class met in ellowsbip Hall Tuesday for their iionlhly Cohost esses Stephens nnd Jue HnniKi Kucli one iroughl a salad and everyone tfie vni iely of Pirkte conduclcil the meeting and Rte ihens Others attcjuling were Dollpreneij Tom Pierce anil Miss Newlyweds Complimented urn Iliiumi wore honored Tuesday niltht willi u showev ni lie Hull of lirsl Tinwoil shower was given by the Sunday School Tlie liiide is lie itmiKllter nf and Mchols The hridojrrooms pnr enls me and Jack The honorois wire murrieil on June HI umt lire msikinr their nu in Tlie tnlde wns ileiiniltod with n ddinr motif of it tuid lllHlcr crystal with u and wliilimiseiny nn Tlie liilile was covenil willi n and liue Misses Till HriTida Mimics nnd Nell served ininch nnd mils lo I Miss Cray presided nl tin tfmst AmoiiK tinontof lown itmsls Keliols niul of TO OUR You nro invitcd to our tlmt you Cubs Corner On tin nli Keonls Imd a eomhinhnin nuindi iy puck meeting with n fund lint projeel nl Stones nil The treasury of 1inU 7 wns in rensed hy Tlie Clllminster is mnviiiK onl f Inwn nml il will he necessary for someone In tntio over the vn IONY Itiuml of left lo fionl low ihii Ymieev linl hoy Sieve Jimmy liiuk row Muiiuirei Hrynnl Albeit Slowc has been brought iome from liny lot1 Dul who re he lia s u t h re t veeks and Council nd HOKUC have i urnetl from i weeks vncatinn in if i ss o LI r i a nil A vkn n Mrnnd Carl Simmons ind Simmons vacationed a cw lust week in nntl Kl antl Clcvcngor f spent last week vith their Clyde Cheathnm and Kay and Travis cifjbt week old on of and Jarroll Iliy was brought home Saturday rom Dallns Oaleopalhic Hospital fler having Tuesday of ast and Lnncastei nd chiUlren left Monday to pcrul seveial tiny a in hey will attend the Inncastci amily reunion at Alrihamn Clamp ear and M Norris rahn nd i oliirnfjd ome Kuiulay after a weeks vaca ion at and fake Tnnneycomo at Rockawny Vacationing with them were and Grnham and of and Elmer Rattcrlon and family of returned home last Thursday after a visit here with their dau Don McClelland and Also visiting them were her sis MrsRichard Carr dau of and and Don Batterton of As of tliis uriliiiir i1 luis eiileit Imlc 7 would like 1 Is ieinlion for in lie eomtminily svlio Imviservitl is eojiuuitlee Assislanl he Mothers vvlio levoled seyeliil hours n week lo ilanniiiK anil ciimlurlinK ilen nnil nil the Idnil vho helped with liition ind oilier They are in luhled lo lluniel for the of his shop lo make hinl house iils us n inojiit for Many ottnr hnsiinss ptople lent a lielpin fiopis they liave improveil Ihc eonnmniily hy nl lettsl liltlo and look forwtixt lo more us the iionp improves nnd Bapti Lonesome Dove ist Church Mnuriec Pntlnr On Anjr life mel nnil ehuled for niuilher The lesson vvus to tinjunior hy Iliilintcs and llnr len Joyee 111 The i niKMl with sevin men The imstor led il very inleresliili met Tnesdny nloininjr of InsL weil il llie clinrch 111 i csinleil Ihe devoliminl ilxl new were clccteil the iiimini Kitfht lailits nnd Iwo attended a ilistriil inieliin of the lit Mill Hnplisl fliurch in Mrniilay oveniiik of liisl tbr suitimiu IVny are Dantiy Dm Moniy Cain Five Grapevine Students To Get NTSC Degrees nmoiiir llpplied for decrees ul Joy this Tlie five Klnine Allison Vielii Low Kreiiilie and hey will rieeive f Texiis Stale ly u Iexns w he Ihe hist crndniitis Church of Christ nn tin North Tisie ni August eoiiiiiieiHenieiit for K n louls ehool SrUEET Clnncj This Street Clinreh of Cliiisl is tryini Wilson nnd eilildidnle for icnie decree sc Also a llnhmli clor of seierne rey is the of nnd Electric Coop To Hold Meeting IliCoinily Kleclrie will Aiinini lietintr nt Ilie Arni in WeatlieiToril on WeilmK I i the meelinn is Mix li lirerlois nnd to take me of nny other IniMiruSH tuny The hiKli liljhl of Hie will he llie jvirnr of one silver lo ornh ncndnr who All BIKTIIDAV I1INNKK lloheil inllliKlier lor Kriilny foi1 nml lrint Itieky Jneaiehel npiat ner nionlliH al llie Tennessee Krister Seals Unmp at where Inrn liome Ihis Hilly and rtUnneil home Sunday night nfter spend ing n two weeks vnirition nt nnnff Nnlinnnl Inrk in where Ihey some time nl Lake Louise nnd the Cotinnhia Ire Kn ronli home tfnry Kevcrnl days with his at his summer Moose Itanr11 in West They ulso visited inrl Kenny Kindlon nml eliildren in illK wile with n hirlhday dinner flnesls were Killie Walker nnd nnd of and Hill Diiviil Kouli uml Itiekey of Shndy drove nml Mrs Mohhy Mall of Kuless gie ga nt of Irving visilerl ijt tinafti Wright of guests in mir dining anil Dan were Hie Willard hi tile ami Tiploli and rirluj lied home Haturdity after spendijig several days in New where they attended llie reunion of the Keiihee They also visit ed her Wins in ltig fc VAN aH nnrl JUDITH nailer Hie walchful eyes of RICHARD Cnplain for Ihc pbywilhin IhepUy in SHOW whlch opcneil al Iort CASA MANA for a run Ihrough llie hadiidm in ituluKlrial the sun of seeking Hie hiichelo if hnsiiHss adminislralion n miintHis cr MM llililc Sillily An in is Nihiil uliil fur 2 lo I Sumliiy in llunil ionililiiiiKil ilh itloii anil rom cilhif coiiKriKnlioiiH rou will ln The iMiblir s iiivilcd to lukc in Iliis HAKKIS WITH IJKKAKIAST nnil Diui Ehin is were IIOIKJIII Kalurtltiy wluji Vclma Smith of lljilbiH wan liosliws ut a Inrtikfiisl nt Liiviliold llnuw A tiibli for Lbu oc dvcoialid with nil1 it lino iiici t if mitt Hie fen ecu T Iwo pretty dolls NIMCS and HtiunliiiK n jnt cvLaliMt tlniL the twn liuuoicil fuents wrro ItiaviiiK for Nuw lyily mid oilier points Alutili Imxirs kLOiutid ns ovor niktit wilh imnn atlacli wcM plmt curds runl miirtced Ihi1 for Taylor Hal Opal rahainl ECLlen llnrris nnil IIOHHSH all of Keeling Ifunry nnd Starr lranl of Lawrences Episcopal Church romimmionniK nf Uio parish coliliniUd liny he IVisl f lluTIUil of vino will mnsSi Tlmrsdny Aiijtnsl Ilircniirluni Ooluvi of Kl Day luiiiiiinK iluya of of Anjciisl woincti of Hjiijiismiiii Kil msaiiin of iiniycr for Iho HIV nml Kiowlh tho HiKli HinriiliiK nt tlio Kuch will cohdmitod niul inl offcrod for lliese ill Suiuliiy muss will unlil lit wliiili riKlllilr wiiiUi wludlilo will Vlsi tnls nro Coachs Quotes lly Coocli llnrviy IliiilyoiRlil hoys rcpniUc fur tin first foolluill piacticc SLVII anrolimilni Illuy iriDon Hill fiiuy Trlinmii Miki llntcs niul Allen Wluil ivi iro lackiiiK in lie tetini is mnliiiijf up for in luivo two now on innstaff tills Uiiymoiicl CloinenU of mid n jfimtu ilcj of where lie nlayctl is tinnew line Niiluils Cluiiusvilli uul n Krniltintu of tilt Unlveraity of Kiinuns is working with the will also ciwcli Iniiior lliirh anil will lie tho Ilifll school luisketlmll Tuni ns n Junior Ilich I ftel fortunate to liuve sllili fine men to holp iithlctk Kvcryuno be a fun and liny u KeiLson USINESS In whnt JK iindoiihtcdly Ihc most comprehensive survty ever nf Main Slrrcl snlinKinH on Hit of Independent JJusincss lias completed nnd lo IhcWblUj Commit and oilier fjovernmcnlnl n 210 pritfr report Tbn district nf llifi dera il In 11 were Jishcil rt vote nn parts of tlic nroposrti Uv ami Itivllni to make Approximnlely of the loin nunibcr of djslrlcl chnir mcji Knch of Ihcm are engaged in independent jicss or profess ion nl practice covering the entire field of activity from man retail ing and The returns from SO stales and the District of Colmnbin wore about in ratio to their expressed favor of lie proposed lax Incentive pro pram which wmitd provide for n different method of deprecia tion u rJIeofTs to encourage business ID Yet only were In favor of the proposal lo levy a with holding tax against interest nnd and only favored the rcpcnl of the pro vision that now permits tho first in income from divi dends and interest to be tax nml the additional crcdii if fin ilivdcncl Income In ex cess rif ii viilntilecrcil tliorc Is expressed cniislilcmblc INK often Mtlcr rcsenl nurnl over policy on for II vtite1 for Llie prnpnsat lo rumpcl Inns with fiire1tii plants o pty taxes on thn undls Irllniled nt these And by rna jnrily nf thn presEdonta Hint ferred on plants operat ing in soculled underdevel oped countries voted Wliilc voted against the presidents proposal to change Ihc ruling on yains rom t3ie sale nf clop reel able properly ly Itnvirii the prodt computed on such a sale on the actual oriiinnl price rather than the depreciated arc In favor of the Pres idents recommendations lo tax Although by time survey was Congress had al ready voted a one year exten sion of present corporation and ise lax only Favored sueh a Of the ten tax half were the other hall nol While the Federation Is not committed on these as It requires a vote by the full national membership of the or It Is quilc I hat thrsc district closely In touch with the inde pendent business sentiments In all parts nf Ihc voted In much the sanir way a full membership ballot would turn Hut one thlnp ob There will nnt he much employment supplying expan sion of lie nations vaht iiule penilcut business complex unlil there are subs I nn Hal refrrms hi tlic crazyquilt tax   

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