Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
3 Jun 1962

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3 Jun 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 3, 1962, Irving, Texas Page 2 daily news texan Irving Texas sunday june 3, 1962 Carpenter Church sets Bible school Irving scene the vacation Bible school of the Carpenter Road Bap tis Church will begin monday june 4, and continue through Friday june 15. For the first time the Church will conduct a full two week school. This will allow much More rime for Bible and Mission study and for the new ideas in handcraft that Hae been planned for this year s school. All Irving boys and girls Between the Ages of 4 and 16 Are invited to attend regardless of their Church affiliation preparation Day for the a school will be on saturday june 2, at 9 00 in the morning and climaxed by a police escorted Parade through the residential area of North Irving. A newly constructed and air conditioned elementary building be in use this year for the first time. A Parent s night is planned for the commencement service which will be on the final evening of the school. At this time the parents will see color movies of the daily activities of the boys and girls an will also observe the daily worship service. The vacation Bible school will meet daily from 9 00 to 11 45 . Myca events s / monday june 4 swim no classes 8 am to 12 noon As scheduled. Giro softball As scheduled 9 am toll am. Boys baseball As scheduled 9 am toll am. Tennis As scheduled 8 30 9 30 am 9 30 am to 10 30 am. Converse on a1 Spanish As scheduled 7 30 pm to 8 30 pm. Weight training As scheduled 2 pm 4 pm. Gymnastics As scheduled 2 pm 4 pm. Trampoline As scheduled i pm 2 pm 2 pm 3 pm 4 pm arts amp crafts As scheduled 2 pm 4 pm. Hostess class As scheduled to am la am. Charm is modelling As scheduled la am to 12 noon. Musical comedy jazz dance As scheduled i pm Baton class As scheduled 1-2 pm 2-3 pm. If iwo meanies. 3 pm. These two Young ballerinas done to look the part but they re the ill tempered stepsisters in the a Cinderella Ballet planned As part of the Riley s dance workshop recital june 8 and 9 at the High school auditorium. The dancers Are Debby Pipkin left and Nancy Hoige. Roger Parker photo 2 pm. Tuesday. June 5 swimming classes 8 am to 12 noon As scheduled. Girls softball 9 am toll am. Boys baseball 9 am toll am. Tennis 8 30 to 9ao am 930 am to 10 30 am. Gymnastics 2 pm to 4 pm. Arts amp crafts 2 pm to 4 pm. Baton twirling i pm to 2 pm 2 pm 3 pm. Church softball league 7 pm and 9 pm games. Judo club 7 pm to 9 pm. Archery i pm 2 pm. Local Ballet tells Cinderella Story wednesday june 6 mothers is tots swim classes to am toll am la am to 12 noon. Adult Tennis class 7.00 pm to 8 30 pm. Beginners Bridge classes to am to 12 noon 7 pm to 9 pm. Trip to the Dallas zoo. Meet at y at 12 45 pm return by 4 30 pm. Hostess class to am toll am. Charm St modelling class la am to 12 noon. Weight training class 2 pm to 4 pm. Trampoline i pm 2 pm 2 pm 3 pm 3 pm to 4 pm. Skin diving amp sea liens at the Pool 8 00 am to to am. Junior High baseball 4 pm to 5 30 pm. Thursday Jene 7 swimming classes 8 am to 12 noon As scheduled. Girls softball 9 am toll am boys baseball 9 am toll am. Tennis 8 30 am to 930 am 9 30 am to 10 30 am. Intermediate Bridge class to am to 12 noon. Gymnastics 2 pm to 4 pm. Arts amp crafts 2 pm to 4 pm. Baton classes i to 2 pm 2 to 3 pm. Judo club 7 pm to 9 pm. Skin diving theory class 2 pm to 4 pm at the y. Friday june 8th swimming classes 8 am to 12 noon As scheduled. Girls softball 9 am toll am. Boys baseball 9 am toll am. Archery at i pm to 2 pm. Intermediate Bridge class 7 pm to 9 pm at the y. Riley s dance workshop will hold its 5th annual recital at the Irving High school auditorium. There will be two nights of recital. June 8 and june 9. The june 8th recital will consist of tap jazz and Ballet featuring All students. June 9th will be the Cinderella Ballet in 3 acts. As the Ballet begins Cinderella s step Mother Dri Zella and Anastasia Are busily making plans for the Ball which Cinderella has been forbidden to attend. On the night of the Ball Cinderella is left at Home alone to dream wistfully. Suddenly her fairy godmother appears and promises her that she too will go to the Ball. With the help of the fanes of the seasons Cinderella is dressed for the Ball and she is warned to be Home by 12 00 o clock. When Cinderella arrives at the Ball she captures the attention of the Prince. Ignoring All others the Prince dances with Cinderella All night till the clock strikes 12, and Cinderella flees. Pursuing her the Prince finds Only her Glass Slipper. The Prince having vainly searched the land for her travels to the Orient Arabia and Spain in Hopes of finding her. He finally returns to his kingdom and decrees that the Maiden whose foot the Slipper fits will be his Princess. When the Slipper is brought for the step Sisters to try on Cinderella appears and the mate to the Slipper Falls from her apron. The Prince and cinderellas Are married and Lance happily Ever after. Also on june 9th will be a condensed jazz version entitled Quot swinging Ella 1 featuring Patty Tierney Tona to Mccaffrey Jan Butler carve t the Mcginnis b Ecky George Mitzi Matkin Karla Kay Spradling Steve Bell Diane Boone Jenifer Pickle Alan Bickle Patty Mcclur Kan Cindy Blankenship Cynthia Bell Jimmy Widener Carole Andrew. Choreography and scenery Are by Dale and Joy Riley lights boots Hinton costumes Chris dam Aby Eleanor Wootton Pat Merreil Dorothy Butler Betty Merk and mothers. Both night of recitals Are open to the Public. Saturday Juan 9, to students will receive 3rd, 4th, 5th year awards. Wards 2>. A i diversity for men and women of All Faith offering programs of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Art. Every Curie Rulam a a id foundation a solid program in the Liberal Art. Curricula the following major Fields of study Arr current offered Art business and economies biology education history chemists English music mathematics government philosophy Phasic Rheology program in education a prepare for a at certification on the elementary and cd Ondars level. Member of a Fie association of term , Aud i in erotics pre professional programs Are offered in the following Field dentistry engineering Law Medicine nursing education faculty the Unity of the i Niv re to a a composed of religious and Lay Sholn i ter an dominican is tons and i to ran pop a a of the diocese of did la fort or a Simar of St. Mary of Namur laymen and j a women. Tho Campus the i in Amity of Baliti a or to re a Naer Campo. To Era a per rely la Nuth ramp and or i Ort us in two new do Mitone is a he rom wet in within the nest year expenses ter semester tuition and fees.s>75.00 room find Board average t Anapu anon mod. Ion in men Sud women Ste available. Affixation a e me cd for a a fran a let wards trained decorating consultant advise you at no obligation on your Complete decorating needs the University of Dallas High school speech and drama Institute june 11-23, 1962. Courses in extemporaneous speaking debate Oral interpretation and acting. Director Rev. Michael Kammer tuition $35. Room amp Board $37.50 if desired for further information write director of speech and drama Institute University of Dallas Box 1330, Dallas 21, Texas. For i nil or shy bulletins and further information write to University of Dali Dallas 21, Texas Blackburn 3-1123 . Box 1330 m Misi Mer maw Sra uses As mint. Our consultant will come to your Home and assist in your selection of draperies paint. Colors wallpaper floor cover ing furniture accessories Ana room arrangements All in a decor of which you can be sure Coll or. Foster be 4-4811 or 4-7563 Montgomery Ward it nip Plaza Riverside drive and Berr it for Cuero Job Fulton resigns Irving position assistant City manager Jim Fulton has resigned his position with Irving to take on City manager chores in Cuero. Fulton came to work for Irving february 3, 1956, As an administrative assistant while a graduate student at a Vul. He received his master s in municipal government in 1958. Quot Irving has been very Good to me a Fulton said. Quot i be gotten experience Here that would have taken me 50 years to get in any other he said that a City managers position Quot has been my goal since i entered graduate Fulton is leaving on the Best of terms with the City. When he interviewed with the Cuero City Council on May 4 and May 18 and 19, it was with the full consent of City officials. His family is excited about the new Job said Fulton. Quot the Only thing the kids Are worried about is if we re going to take the swing turning to his new Job Fulton spoke hopefully of the prospects there. Cuero is a Central Texas town of 7,500 people and is nicknamed Quot the Turkey capital of the Quot everyone in Cuero has been most gracious to Pat and i a Fulton exclaimed. Quot my last Day Here is Fri May. June 15. I go to work there on monday the 18th.&Quot besides working Side by Side with City manager Morris Howard Fulton is in charge of City personnel. He said he did not believe his successor had been named yet. Fulton makes $6,600 per year in Irving. He will get a $900 boost to $,500 annually in Cuero. Cuero Only recently decided to adopt a City manager form of government. When they did the City Council informed City managers across the state of their need for their own City manager. Several managers in sur rounding cities called Fulton to inform him of the Opportunity. A Cuero is in Good shape Quot said Fulton. Quot someone has teen doing a Good Job there already. Everything is neat As a Fulton said his wife and three children will remain n Irving until their Home at 2713 Morgan is sold. Sunday june 3 Good Fellowship club 8 ., Holiday inn West. Barracks v auxiliary veterans of Evvi 2 30 ., roof Hall. Jim Fulton holy Trinity Luther league slave auction 7 ., at Church. Monday june 4 toastmasters 7 ., Lee to s cafe. Civil air patrol 7 ., Assembly of god Church. Roof Lodge 82, 8 Optimists 6 45 ., Youngblood a restaurant. Sweet Adeline 7 45 ., Baker hotel. Irving Bridge club 730 Chamay social club 8 ., at Home of mrs. Vie civil etto 1608 Cypress. A v a 7 ., Golden Triangle restaurant of grand Prairie. Golden Triangle Saddle club 8 ., Estell Community House. The daily news texan the Irving Dail news texan is published each Dav except Monda at 1822 w Irving bad. Irving. Texas Telephone by 33333 for news. Advertising or Arcula lion service second lass mail privileges authorized at Irving. Texas deliver is h Carrier Box Ith subscription rates of is 15 per month for six Davs weekly or j12 Earl within Texas out of state mail subscriptions Are ii2 annual. 87 for six months Motif the news texan at by 3-3333 bet Een 7 a Iii and 33 i a in should our paper not be delivered satisfactorily this is a reporter publishing co publication stale t. Mcbryer. Publisher Charles Lewis editor and general manager Lann alone Keith Waggoner Edith Dunn. Nav Tankel and r. W. White advertising repro senates Bill Bowden in Curaton manager am erroneous reflection on the character of am individual firm or corporation will be corrected of the a Natter is called to the personal attention of the editor Shank a pm Sot making owl owl gland opening tuck a aug Ciao Hie took Forward to becoming a Pitt of gout Cam Munith and binding Gou a new concept in personalized banking. First National Bank of Irving Irving s Only National Bank Curtis g. Innerarity president Hugh f. Whiteside vice president amp cashier National Banich Irving Texas 945 East Irving blvd. In Irving ate shopping Center

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