Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas 1 Jun 1962
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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 1, 1962, Irving, Texas
Mem Iii a War on can Filiti daily news texan Calendar of events the Irving daily near a texan will carry announcements in the daily Calendar of events concerning meetings and activities of social civic and Church groups. To place an announcement on the Calendar please Call bl3-3333 by to . Of the Day before you wish the item to appear. Friday june i Irving Garden club annual picnic 12 noon Garden amp Art Center. Roller piano students recital 7 45 ., University of Dallas lecture Hall. Holy Trinity lutheran Board of administration meeting 7 30 ., at Church. Irving Republican women a club to ., Holiday inn West. Kiwa Manns Board meeting 12 noon Holiday inn West. Saturday june 2 St. Mary a episcopal garage Sale to . To 6 At 2406 my ret. Coffee served. Irving Bridge club 7 to Willis piano students recital a 30.., University of Dallas lecture Hall. Dance on the million nicely >0uar�i Southwest s finest Nite club never a cover charge at the bar afternoon Friday. Red Calhoun orchestra saturday impalas orc Hestra sunday. Joe Johnson orchestra matinee. No escorts required watch John Connally Channel 4 8 30 Tonight paid by Dallas county Connally for governor committee. C. W. Cassidy jr., John Connally has the background experience and record of achievement to provide the mature responsible leadership our state must have. Join with fellow texans from every walk of life who Are rallying behind this great new Leader John Connally will work for a better Way of life for our elderly and dependent. New Industry in Small communities to provide More and better jobs. Improved educational opportunities for All our children. Vote for John Connally for governor and you vote for a new Day of Unity and Progress in Texas Friday june i 1962 daily news Tex an Irving Texas Page 5 safari is theme of Mer Reading a Jungle safari in Africa Quot ill he the theme used in tip summer Reading program which is scheduled to starlit the Irving municipal la Brit on o Conner Road Satun Yijune 2 and to Continua trough july 23. A the children Register they till he Given Bookmarks and pice their names on the Large map of Africa which will it a used to Mark the Prog pass of each member of the Jingle safari Reading caravan Ile member who reads and Teeps a record of 20 books be Given recognition and All members will be eligible for the Surprise that awaits them when the arrive in the Congo. / Jungle Story is planned \ by mrs. Joe Rich each tuesday morning at 10 00 As the children arrive to Check out new books to further their a safari Quot. The Library Story hour at 930 . On saturday june 2 will feature one of the Quot just so stories of Rudyard Kipling entitled Quot How the elephant got his trunk Quot to begin the summer schedule. During the session children will be Given clues in wordless pantomime in order to identify stories they have heard at the Story hour Over irs three year period of existence. The second Story of the morning will be an excerpt from a Well loved Story Quot Bambi. Start your life anew in an apartment just for you j a Mony simile bl4-9241 Powell meats a Shady Grove Powell stakes Bank position. Joining the staff of Irving state. Ank this week was Leora j. Mrs. James a Wilcox 283�?T a Lith St. Scheduled to work in Public relations for the financial institution mrs. Wilcox formerly was employed As receptionist and later As circulation manager for the daily news texan. Earlier she had worked six years in various departments of the Cattaraugus county Bank in new York. Mrs. Wilcox is Secretary of the women a division of the chamber of Commerce and has been Active in several other civic projects. Auxiliary Mem will attend nut loll cd meeting candlelight ceremony set for court of mrs. Harold Nichols and mrs. Kenneth Lowe will be messengers to the National ladies auxiliary at Texarkana Arkansas on june 19. They were elected to represent the Northgate Baptist ladies auxiliary at the monday evening business meeting of the auxiliary held in the Church. Mrs. Nichols taught the lesson entitled Quot continually living for with proceeds designated for the Church baptistry the group will sell dish cloths at 20� each. Secret pals in the Auxin Lund i donors Leon car will be revealed on june la. Saucil 3lc%&onat mrs. . Miller of 536 Tipton Street is in room 375 of methodist Hospital of Dallas. No visitors Are allowed As she has pneumonia. As mrs. Miller is the Sunshine chairman of the Irving car Ien and arts a enter a few rays of Sunshine might be sent her Way in the form of get Well messages. A court of awards will be held for senior girl scouts at 2 On sunday june 3. The candlelight ceremony will be held in the first methodist Church. Five Point pins will be a warded to Twenty one girls who have been working toward the pins for the past nine months. Each scout has completed 30 hours of service a civil defense course extended a Hobby and taken part in at least one week end Camhout. Mrs. Russell Horn is Leader of troop 219 members who will be awarded. Co leaders Are mrs. L. L. Jennings and mrs. James Neaves. Troop members receiving pins Are Linda Jennings Valerie Horn Susan Neaves Margaret Spencer dorm Ann Hall Linda Revelt Mary sue Melle Charlotte Harrison Joan Skelton Carol Lucas Maureen Mangum Jean Morton Judy Jones Paulette Boynton and Patti Black welder. Laura Lynn Wylie will receive a senior membership pm. Mrs. . Pharr was Lea Der of troop 646 until her family moved to new Mexico. Mrs. Clin Tipton assisted by miss Susie Penn will present the 5 Point pins to members of troop 646. They include Jan Johnson sue House Worth Joyce Henslee Janet Oliver Kay Robertson and Carolyn Coker. Families and friends Are invited to attend the ceremony. 3300 w. Shady Grove by 2-3911 open 8 30 to 6 30 daily closed sunday we sell Only . Grade Choice and Good inspected Grain fed Kansas City beef. Retailer for your Freezer. This week. Front Quarter . Good beef la. 39< Cut and wrapped for your Freezer bridesmaids among the pre nuptial activities honouring misses Dianne and Linda Graham mrs. Raymond d. Reed 1803 Winthrop entertained with a luncheon for the bridesmaids on thursday. Those present were misses Anne Shuler Judy key Lida Lackey Jane Batson Jean Hardin Maureen Gilmore and to Buschow. Also present were mrs. Clark t. Garner of Pampa and mrs Jay a Lackey of Irving. A Centrepiece of raises was featured on the serving table which was Laid with a Cut out Linen cloth. Roaring Twenty dance highlights social events appropriate decorations carried out the theme of a roaring twenties dance held by Upsilon Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi on May 25. Gaily coloured lights and balloons decorated the Lions club building for the occasion. Prizes for the Best costumes were awarded to mrs. Max Thomas and Robert Coughlin. The door prize was won by or. And mrs. Jess Schreiner. Plans for the dance were conservative candidate v in. Preston Smith staunch conservative Veteran senator and successful business Man senator Preston Smith has been endorsed by conservative newspapers throughout Dallas county and Texas his opponent is sponsored by Liberal labor leaders and endorsed by the labor newspaper the craftsman vote saturday for Preston Smith a. And. Paid Dull cow la seem the far Nim Leunk he by i in ii ii Chain discussed at the final meeting of the season held on May 23 in the Home of mrs. Al Okerberg of 2705 Yorkshire. Projects for the coming year were planned at the meeting. The program was Given by Mes. Jlon Black and mrs. Okerberg. Mrs. Carl Hohmann of san Antonio was a guest. Recital set for Friday thirty students of mrs. Art Young will Prasant a piano and Organ a acetal on Friday june i at 8 The program will be held in the Carpenter Road Baptist Church. Irving Tea Are invited to attend. Combination special from Handy House 14.99 aluminium screen door Complete with a a hinges a a Ideal Latch pneumatic door closer plus 2.29 aluminium Grill with 98� reflector All with expert installation regularly a 25.76 a combination Swal $19.99 Batter hurry limited number at thu Price. In 129 w. Irving blvd. Bl2-3675 relax a a a for Security and savings put Alf your insurance with Farmers you re secure when Farmers insurance group writes All your insurance. Once your Farmers ardent is familiar with your needs he tailors individual coverage to protect every detail. You re probably going to save Money too. Many times your Farmers agent is Able to eliminate overlaps in coverage which occur because you Deal with More than one agent and one company. These overlaps Are not Only unnecessary they re costly. Insure with the Best. Choose Farmers for Auto life fire truck household business farm and ranch a even the children a education fund and your retirement nest egg. Farmers Fine Protection gives you Complete Security a banners sensible rates save you Money. Fast a fair a Friendly Farmers insurance group Atto a fire a trick commercial Jimmie Freeman a a it 1727 want Irving blvd. Is 3-902 Dave Ryan agent by 4-7660 for 6-6226
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