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 F age 4 Dail be. Ltd a a a. An impressive array of government business leaders were pre ent r. Lay in formal opening of he i irs Van Nai e. Irving blvd. A Ove re ent shown giving mayor Lynn frown a. As one of the first Bank Vir. And Brown Are left to right a a. J Xvi is adds third Hugh Whitesides or. Robert Morris turn. F. Dowell jr., James Aston Jim do oper. Aston is president of Republic in in Dallas while Berry and Campbell Are a of n ?. Not present for the photo were directors . Rattan and Ken Grant it i sex an photo son of couple to get med decree James Allen King 3310 Worth a i Callas will receive the degree doctor of dental surgery from Baylor univer sry College of dentistry on Maday june 4. Graduation exercises Are sche lie ? for 4 00 . In the Gay i Avenue Baptist Church in Dill the son of . My mrs. Lillie b. Irving. He is 1954 of or. My High school Ive i the Bachelor of degree from North Texas state it Teton Texas in 1958, he a selected to who s who in american colleges and in Arsine at North Texas. At Taylor he is a member of p i Omega dental fraternity following graduation he will be commissioned a first lieutenant in the . Army an i begin a one year dental internship on july 5, 1962 a. Ii sen army Hospital i anew Jersey. Will Iii Al Kin Kin Gra and arts Kin. Sen the my in Ems King a have one cd old son Jar in Obi Irving y Iha rules Lewis a Tom i St of the week j1 not a member of 1st tub. We re refer in. By Stock it Wadsworth who when Gnu the state of Wall Quot Lee j ared without Hes Allen ii. Of dormant in i j Jame 4 in it Allen Kine i thing scene b h exec views latest fashions Carl Neal of Irving a b and h dry goods was among the buyers and merchants attending the american fashion association fall Market in Dallas May 27 june i. Several thousand lines of women s Ani children a apparel manufactured a1 Over the United states were exhibited in the Adolphus and Baker hotels. And More the ans ,000 buyers from throughout the Outh West were present according to Sherman Benton president of the fashion association. A greater crowd than usual attended the fashion clinic presented by the american fashion on sunday and Mon Day nights and it was necessary for the association to schedule an additional performance in order to fill the demand for tickets. All the newest fashions. In. Carl Neal modelled by profession dels were shown in the runway and the new All a ions in Coats suits dres is and sportswear were depicted. Quot swell Quot # a that list mounts which. No state Bank Iblis shed wed a so cry created a it Utas much in rent As the recent Windy Esther. Bill a a a Imdorf for it i in pie said the bowed a for a r Deputy sheriff savings had in thought lost tried fruit m7tc. Lewis e Enson Assis a a i a r at. First Baptist u a he 1 in an aunt and an Alin a former preacher Send n one glance at the Gradle Attoh we attend but not because would t enjoy itis Tak-1. In Vav Islington do. I in it orning. There is St. Police chief Leon i 11 be graduating the by National Aca if we had 21 guns Uve Leon a real Broad ish real acid test it Perien ced tuesday two per members a league of women to mrs. R. J. Belken and. K a l hale., attendee chamber of comm course in practical to were Seate i amongst a Sun it eyed youths he teen chamber of a Erce. It was hard to where the league starve re. Teens ended so we guess Belken and Haley passed the test. They mature Early nowadays it seems. Commenting in sophisticated manner on the recent school term 3-year-old Linda May daughter of doctor and mrs. James l. May sighed Quot i really hated to see school end. .1 had such a Nice Little speaking of the end of school reminds us that the Jim Wilcox family made double duty of the recent unt photo of is seniors travelling to school on bicycles. Quot we had a photo of Jack s first Day in school but could t slow him Down Long enough to get a picture of his last one. We were really glad to see one of him on the front Page Quot father Jim explained. Little satisfaction was gained from commissioner Sam Hills suggestion during the discussion of tree locations on the Ball Diamond at the Plymouth Park playground area. Quot Well i never played this baseball but in be played a lot of Golf and on the course we just consider Trees As hazards Quot Sam figured. Quot seems to me the Trees would be just As fair to one Side As they would to the we know and Irving High school football players Mother who sure could use a Tiger Whirlpool treatment on her big toe. She dropped an army cot on it. A texan brags on All the Beautiful Mimosa Trees which Are now Blooming All Over Irving. O Conner rd., Between Grauwiler and 183 has some specially Beautiful specimens. Episcopal Bishop due new Post the it. Rev. Joseph Mea Kin Harte Suffragan Bishop of the diocese of Dallas since 1954, has announced he would accept the election As Bishop of Arizona. Bishop Harte was elected to the Post in Early May. Quot with a deep sense of my unworthiness and a prayer to god for his Grace i accept your Call As Bishop of Arizona subject to the necessary consents Quot he wired the standing committee of the diocese of Arizona. The it. Rev. C. Avery Mason Bishop of the diocese of Dallas said Quot the announcement made by Bishop Harte that he has accepted the election As Bishop of Arizona Calls for congratulations. He will be Well loved in Arizona As he has been Well loved Here he added that he had called a special meeting of convention to consider his request for the election a a Suffragan to succeed Bishop Harte. This special meeting has been called for june 28 at St. Michael and All Angels Church Dallas. Bishop Harte is a native of Springfield Ohio and was educated at Washington and Jefferson College an general theological Seminary. He served a number of churches before becoming Dean of St. Paul a Cathedral in Erie Pennsylvania a position held at the time of his election to the diocese of Dallas. Dowis she came. Oak i leu pets new minister Tram w warning Rev. A Vav. Carn Cody Wyoming a named the new paste View 11aptist Church. Campbells former was the i Wand Church in Cody whet been for the past Ever he has served on ecu Tive Board of Chi Baptist general and has been vice Pio and chairman of Evans. Of the old faithful association for the past three years. Campbell his wife Virginia Ami two children were greeted by the Oak View congregation with a reception. The Carpel la a children Are Georgia Ann 16, and Herbert 14 e. A Campbell at Millholin we keep a close Check on our prescription prices compared with Nat tonal averages our prices Are the Middle of the Road average. Millheim pharmacy adv. 14k a Irving old. Dance nicely on the million a Dollak mile Southwest s finest Nite club a War it in a a a a a twist contest prizes 4 . Til Midnight Joe Johmson and his 6 piece orchestra. A. A. Morse 2500 w. 4th, looks Over his 30-foot Poplar tree uprooted by thurs i Aye a Tornado. Morsels wife said the vicious winds Quot sounded like a Jet engine Cornin i in the a car sitting in their driveway was lifted off the ground on one Side by the twister according to the couple. News texan photo Irr incites at by is civil War rite the Robert Mccormick Rapter Aomen s Relief corps of the grand army f the Republic of Dallas was in charge of a memorial service held at Mccomb Cornetet. Southeast of Whitesboro Texas honouring William Elam a civil War Veteran. Irving descendants present at he service were mrs. E. Vav Mcbride a great grand Lauchter mrs. . Christenson a great great granddaughter and Max Christenson a great great great grand son. Rotary opens world meet Westwood flans Reading program the annual convention of rotary International worldwide service organization opened in los Angeles saturday with an attendance figure past the 20,000 Mark and still mounting. Rotar ians and their families Are registered from some 60 countries for the 5-Day gathering. It is the organizations 53rd annual convention and the second it has held in los Angeles. Following an opening night entertainment feature at the famed Hollywood bowl to tartans and their guests will be welcomed to the City monday morning june 4 by Edmund c. Brown governor of California Ernest e. Debs chairman los Angeles county Board of supervisors Samuel Yorty los Angeles mayor and George baile., president of the rotary club of los Angeles. With every part of the world represented by the thousands present the internationality of the meeting will be emphasized at All plenary sessions and at eight Fellowship dinners and five International Friendship meetings. A summer school Reading program will be conducted at Westwood Day school 1115 West Shady Grove from june la through july 20. The language arts program is designated to teach pupils to think. Pupils Are taught to read through careful Reading readiness programmed for each level word analysis base on phonics rhythmic grouping of words within sentences selection of key words and summarization of sentences paragraphs and chapters. With the application of functional or Marner and vocabulary included Independent Reading is achieved. A High degree of comprehension and the ability to Analyse the material read is the result of the program along with the ability to organize the material read and self Reliance from the beginning. During the readiness program the teacher helps even the beginners to improve their Powers of observation develop the mental imaginary of the pupils ability to relate correctly and the develop Powers of self expression. The techniques used Are not an in i in themselves but tools by which the teacher May present the languages arts program in an organized sequential manner. The child established control of the written and the spoken word. Further information May be obtained by contacting mrs. Gus Schaefer at bl2-1645 or bl2-i314. Irving theater oven baked enamel Auto painting oust free painting a oust free oven Bebrick s famous Quot Economy Quot paint Job by far the fines paint Job in Low 0f e lop Quality paint oven baked b dust free to the exterior of body on 12 month warranty i Day service Bebrick s exclusive dual Seal Bond paint Job the crowning achievement in the Art of Fine Auto painting 5 Coats of prime oven m an i and hard finish that can be matched in eluding met files 2 tone 50 summer vacation shows Are Here again at your. Ring theatre 2 Gigantic tkv kids shows Ivory wed. Amp Thall free starting wednesday june 6th your third annual summer movie circus get your tickets free at these Loca merchants a big state drug a grocery a Bill a to a Christy a furniture amp appliance Box office opens at 9 00 every wednesday mor a Irving state Bank a Peck s office Supply a try hark music cent a Irving savings amp loan 50 pro Pree summer vacation shows every thursday at 1 00 presents the first of its afternoon matinees absolutely free admission Only 6 Pepsi cola Caps Box of face opens 1 00 . Box office opens 1 15 bl4-0169 now showing thru wed. Wait Disney c 18 month warranty Complete body shop free estimates no Money Down 11 months to pay with credit approval 9 be or Lek com Quot factory methods baked enamel Auto refinished i id e Abram Arlington or 5 5/21 \ v technicolor a Atalim a awl my fraud Fri d a i he Jajw 183 drive in Box office opens 7.-00 show starts 730

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