Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas 2 Jun 1962
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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 2, 1962, Irving, Texas
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He the third i Hest a inner in lae oratory Al c contest sponsored but i Simist i n t c r n a Timal f it a a to. State area. Of look Louie Here comes the mailman hr10 ballroom red Calhoun open 7 30 . Sat. Nite june 2nd featuring Louise Gowen. 2315 West Jefferson an 26446 now open . S restaurant pipeline amp Barbara Ann in Hurst by 2-2666 sorority sets Gardenia breakfast Choice of the Cap. Miss Linda in Atterson daughter of or. And mrs. I. C. Batterson 123 Vir Irisi ahas been selected Queen of the Irvin a Squadron c Ivil air patrol cadets. Virginia will ride in today s Little league Parade through downtown Irving she a soon ombre at Irvin a High and holds the Honor of being one of Quot by Irvyl s a keepers. Pm Stu by Gerald pm Kulsht Sti ii chapter of he sorority will have its Annu in Irdenia breakfast Surv May morning at 7 . A Western Hills inn. Installation of officers and initiation of new members is Slatev. Miss Marilyn Rine from my Chaffer port Worth will install Aryl mrs. Rankin from him Bola chapter Hillas will he in a bar cot the initiation. New officers Are Skib g e a r v Epi r e i j. N to Thomas Graham vie., Siresi Dent John Orr Sec Otai y o. Searcy fibkins treasurer. It w members Are Mies. Bari Morgan Sidney my ibid Johnson. John so. To. John Taylor. Church of Christ 824 w. Pipeline re. Hurst Texas children show dads How interesting speech is membership breakfast set today exr Piatt pm fixed. I Jim sat lie it Irving wives re Miil Alden we re Jav St Ai 2the Irving toastmaster Spe Sci j meeting dedicated to end a pertaining children. Throughout the entire meeting the Cli Lidren were encouraged to Virti Capate. Bill Sullivan in the i Able t Opic session invited the children up to the lectern. The questions were asked in a manner which would have done Justice to Art link sector Wirtz very humorous rep Sunset the children voted for George Clenric Enebo speech on a Vagon train Quot As the most interesting Sfa each of the evening. In his talk Clendenen described the hardships suffered by a Wagon train in 1850, Jou Piney irom c or opus Chr Al to fort Isabel. Cd Etide i concluded by so Yirgu that when we complain about hardship to Day we should Stop and consider How difficult it was for our forefathers. Ice Cream and cake was enjoyed by All. Balloons and favors were distributed. It was agreed by All that another such meeting for the children should be held As a regular event. Joseph Holbert celebrates 90th birthday tighter mrs. Yerby. His travels have taken him it Rbt Hurst Jaycees invite Young men 21 to 35 years of age to a free this morning from 7 to 9 . At Ike yes cafe Highway 183. The breakfast kicks off their membership drive. Gal is 75 members by july i. Present membership is 60. Vacation Bible Hurst a Joseph e. Holbert will observe his Ninetieth birthday today at the Home of his daughter and son in Law or. And mrs m. L. Yerby 1021 Mary or. To Der t was born in Franklin county Texas june 2, 1872. He can relate Many stories of the Texas of old and also enjoys telling of his experiences in countries he has visited abroad with his to the i Flippines Hawaii Guam Germany Switzerland France Holland and Ludixen Burg Belgium. Many friends and relatives Are expected to visit him today including four of his seven children. Your trusted physician makes a few notations on a Blank and signs ins aame. It is now a prescription thus a Symbol of health and happiness. Choose your druggist wisely. Millholin pharmacy 140 e. Irving blvd. School Holbert taught school for Many years in and about nit Vernon and was employed by the la s. Hasta i service at Wichita Falls. He has seven children and seven grandchildren. Roller skating f in fat everyone Jolly time june 4 thru Lune 8 in Flag Iii Over Texas i spectacular of the year open daily to .10 . Flu Ottoy until la pin. 7 30 to 9 00 each evening history t pcs alive. Come on teenagers lets go to the East coat Only a few seats left on the Swopes heritage Jour classes for All Ages visit famous historical landmarks Scenic sights modern buildings Don t miss this Chance. Only $385.00 for this 19 Day tour including All expenses a Urnick Huggins travel service 646 Strong st.-Dallas-wh1-5050 for any additional information Call bu2-6928 bu2-4294 Bui-4104
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