Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas 5 Jun 1962
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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 5, 1962, Irving, Texas
Tuesday june 5, 1962 daily texan Irving Texas Page does Ford Fairlane a Quot compact Price mean its a compact car ? graduates honoured. Four Irving High school graduates Aho Are Mem oars of the firs Baptist Church were honoured with a luncheon thursday noon at the Home of mrs. . Balling 611 Kingston. The Honoreen left to right were Carol Clark f att ii of Davie Susie Gay Kinkeade and Joyce Butch. Co hostesses were mrs. Leonard Elkins and mrs. Jobie Denton the seniors were presented school memory albums from the Junior girls of the first Baptist Church. Twenty four girls attended. Mothers of the senior girls were special guests. Susie Gaye is the daughter of the reverend and mrs. H. H. Kinkeade and has attended Irving schools for nine years. Her father is pastor of the first Baptist Church. She plans to attend East Texas Baptist College in Marshall Texas. She attended morning watch at school and was program chairman of the Spanish club for two years at Irving High school. Joyce Ann Futch is the daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Earl Futch and has lived in Irving All her life. Her parents also graduated from Irving High school. She plans to attend Arlington stare College in Arlington Texas and study clothing design. She was a member of future homemakers of America for two years at Irving High school. I Carol is the daughter of i or. And mrs Lee n. Clark. She has lived Here All her1 life. She plans to go to Arlington state College and major in social sciences. She was a member of the Spanish club at Irving High. Pattilou Davie is the daughter of or. And mrs Burrow Davie. Pattilou has lived in Irving All her life. She is going to attend Stephen Faustin in Nacogdoches Texas and study education. While at Irving High school she news photo. Was a toy Tiger treasurer of the Vig club and a member of the Spanish club. She maintained a 94 average for the four years and was in the top ten per cent of her class. Six flags Over Texas entertainment spectacular of the year open daily to saturday until la . Irving tri Delta alumni. One of the first College alumni sorority groups to organize in the area Delta Delta Delta members of Irving met on april la to join together the alumni of College tri Delta. A petition has been granted by the tri delt National alumni organization. New officers Are seated left to right mrs. Jack Varnell As president mrs. Robert b. Thompson As vice president standing mrs. Arnold rown As Secretary mrs. Troy Cummins As correspondent mrs. Bill Lea As treasurer and mrs. John Bishop As recommendation chairman. News texan Phat to it. College alumni sorority organizes in Irving area alumnus of tri Delta sorority in the area Are being extended an invitation to join the newly formed Delta Delta Delta alumni of Irving. The group organized on april la. A petition was granted by the tri Delta National alumni organization following the organization. The group will meet the third monday evening of each month with membership open to All alumni of the College Irving was previously a Par of the Delta Delta Delta evening group of Dallas. Numbers who have been Active in the alumni include mrs. Robert , out going president mrs. Jack Carnel out going Vic president mrs Michael drink water mrs. Ken Wiggins an irs. Is Wells the Dallas alumni group is sending mrs. Robert Thompson and mrs. Jack car Nel to the National convention of Delta Delta Delta which will be held in hot Springs Arkansas in june. The members of the newly formed group in Irving also participate in numerous other civic Church and social activities. Any tri delts in this area who Are interested in joining Are asked Toront actors. Jack Carnel i bl5-2536. Whereas the nearest Oasis actually there a Many water holes nearby but the Best financial Oasis is first Federal savings and loan of Irving. And you Don t have to drive for Miles because first Federal is practically next door. You also get a free drink of water with each new savings account at first Federal savings and loan association of Irving ram Tor if a compact the experts classify care by wheelbase anything under 114-Inch wheelbase in a compact. The biggest rambler e wheelbase in Only 108 inc Heel Chevy la if a comp not Chevy la tries to sound like a Middle ale its wheelbase in Only 110 inc Heel our Ford Fairton la right Bataan Tho Oom Iota and Tho big Oara Glova you comp not prior with big oar room and rid Ferlene e wheelbase in a full 118.8 inches. From bumper to bumper Fairlane measures 187.6 inches ,. 14.8 inches longer than Chevy la. 7.8 Incha longer than the longest rambler. Fairlane in As Roomy inside a most of the care on the Road today. End rides More smoothly than Moat. Yet it s a foot Shorter ,. Easier to perk than the big care. Ieese Gas wasting bulk. Look at the facts and you too will go Fairlane. Come Ells it up today. Ken Grantham Ford inc no e. Irving blvd. Irving Texas sorority. Members of the alumni include mrs. John Bishop University of Texas mrs. Arnold Brown Michigan state University mrs. Jack Carnel sum mrs. Roy Cummins Tel mrs. Walter Davis sum mrs. Clinton de Wolf Texas tech. Mrs. Michael Drinkwater Texas mrs. Joe Hodges Texas or s. Bill Lea Oklahoma univ. Mrs. John Richardson Texas mrs. Mickey Smock univ. Of Kentucky mrs. Ben Stucci Texas mrs. Robert Thompson sum mrs. Ken Wiggins Texas Western mrs. C. S. Wells sum and mrs. Donald Withers University of Michigan. Officers for the coming year Are president mrs. Jack Camel vice president mrs. Robertb. Thompson Secretary mrs. Arnold Brown treasurer mrs. Bill Lea Trident correspondent Roy Cummins and recommendation chairman mrs. John Bishop. G layaway lae oratories of Dallas Dew shampoo cleans your hair makes it Silken soft and fresh As the morning Dew. Its thick. A Little goes a Long Way. Dander off for itchy Scalp and dry lifeless hard to manage hair. An excellent hair dressing. When used regularly stops failing hair. Gray a Way has Al the excellent features of Dander off plus a Cate gentle color ingredient that beautifully darkens Gray hair. Makes you look and feel Young again. Available at Clements pharmacy Irving drug big state drug graduation luncheon fetes four first Baptist girls Calendar of events the Irving daily news 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 can bl3-3333 by to . Of the Day before you wish the item to appear. Tuesday june 5 Lions 7 30 ., Lions bldg. Kiwanis 12 15 ., Holiday inn West. So optimists 12 noon Holiday inn West. Irving Gem amp Mineral society 7 30 . Irving Council #18 daughters of America 7 30 ., Community House. Wednesday june 6 noon Lions 12 noon Hinton s Lodge. Exchange club 12 15 ., Holiday inn West. �?�17 for Freedom youth study group 2 ., Home of Randy Davis 421 Nottingham drive. Irving country club men s Golf association Stag dinner 6 3ij . At club. Four Irving High school senior girls were honoured with a luncheon thursday at noon at the heme of mrs. A f. Bolling 611 Kingston. The girls were Susie Gaye Kinkeade Joyce Ann Futch Carol Clark my Pattilou Davie
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