Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
5 Jun 1962

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5 Jun 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 5, 1962, Irving, Texas Page 4 i Jaily news texan Irving Texas tuesday june 5,1962 met n Hie easel with All the poise of a longtime fashion a timer cute Deborah Riley explains to the audient St a t she wants in her wardrobe and then proceed r a tech it out luring her unique contribution to the re of saturday nights Quot miss Irving a pageant. New s texan photo Charleston countdown just before Suzanne Morgan goes on stage for her Charleston number Joy Riley gives a Quick repair Job to the fringe on Suzanne s a roaring twenties Quot costume. News h a an photo Here a a Winner a Cockney Flower girl was portrayed by Carrol Cochran eventual Winner in saturday night s a miss Irving Quot pageant. Above Carrolls colourful costume and Perky hair do gets last minute adjustments by Ann Potts in the dressing room. News texan photo crowds Roar helped a Crown miss i selection Ltd Brown haired Carrol cell ran As Irving first entrant in the annual miss i or petition was a highly p. Pul in o a judging from the from nigh a the i of approval re saturday auditorium. Not Only the judges decision but the general Man Ner i gear w be a r audion which the local pay Meed seemed to please for the a a it 900. The e orients and show another first Liq i. I Ite arrangers v of the event i was not Quot just auf. Show Quot but a toward the miss America eliminations. Of there were major defects in saturday night s proceedings it was time lags Between different phases of the Competition. But the longest lag was one which would be dangerous to shorten that is the period of time used by the judges in making their decisions. Miss Cochrane a Overall performance was a Good example of the scope of demanding tests Given each candidate. Carrol was saucy and comical in her Talent presentation a Cockney accented dramatic Reading. Her High Button shoes and tattered skirt were a Sharp contrast to die svelte Black bathing suit she wore luring the Beauty judging. Carrol piled up some my re valuable Points during the final phase of the judging. This involved the asking the five finalists some poise shatter my questions. Asked what american youth can do to produce a better Modem world Carrol stressed the importance of becoming conscientious parents Ani in line with her own ambitions Scho i teachers. One of the evenings biggest ovations came after one of the most serious scenes in the Talent Competition. Lindalu Montgomery a drama a in at North Texas state lid a eerie interpretation of rhe Queen s grave scene from lie Esie a 5 diehard Iii the perform Nice helped lilt lain win fir t runner up rank Deborah Riley surprised jul t about everybody with her fashion sketching act. This re Urce Ful entrant cot More out of an easel and soft Lead pencils than some artists get Ait of paint and brushes. D Antha Kin showed the Stoa Hest nerve of the evening when she stood poised sic finally began. One of the cutest costumes it of the pageant was that worn by pretty Dianne Mcculler one of the finalists in her Quot Honey Bun Quot number from South Pacific. Hillcrest state Bank and Conrad Brady interstate Heaters executive. The girls withstood the searching perusal of a very Strong panel of judges includes Breck Wall producer of the Quot Bottoms up revue Quot at Dick Wadsworth was general chairman for the pageant. Committee Heads under him included Bruce Jones budget Dick Wharton tickets Dennis Smith programs Jerry Meagher entries Gerald for her act for several seem is while f or wrong recordings were discarded be fore the right background Ritu hotel Adolphus mrs. Meg Healey radio and television actress miss Marie Rushing a former Model now editing Quot aviation news miss Nell o Connell assistant vice president of Moffett judges Steve Fellows awards hostels Jay Cee ettes Floyd Hanson Ushers staging Dan Mataln Meredith Bolger promotion Jimmy Scoggins publicity Irma Austin production and Don Elliot lighting. V Vita statistic the countdown has begin and mrs. Meredith Bolger and rank Campbell Are carrying out their responsibility of tallying the Points Given each girl by the judges. News texan photo by Carrolin typical girlish fashion miss Irving shed a few tears during the first few seconds of her reign. Carrol Cochran Winner of the first miss Irving title is steadied by Jim Weaver president of the Junior chamber of Commerce. Looking on Are the first runner up Lindalu Montgomery right and second runner up Nancy Pittman. News texan photo. 3202 to is ibis Little Bock i it in i. I1 of St in a Al re look we and Tho Huller Al Pleais Bolo no co comes in a is to 12. 1-5 c i sic 14 lakes 4 Yards of i Inch fabric this Pat up of a a. Autos for Sale 201 a 1953 Pontiac Good tires nor r transmission $300. A l 3-21t l Ake up payments on 58 Ford i i r a needs paint. $440. Note i a a rent $61. To. Blo-3016 fully equipped 1957 Olds. Super 88. Real Nice automobile. $775. Bl3-1743 or see at 263 Vav. It Clair. I Tor la Haning co of motors let us remove the insulating Greas a and grime from your car in to r $3.50 Plymouth Park car Wash 2203 Vav. Irving blvd. Bl2-1583 1953 Pontiac food transportation automatic transmission. $195.oo by 3-63 55 1961 Plymouth original owner $_>0< Down take Over payments $69.41 a to. Bl5-454&Quot Sale ladies 304 Sci Lam classified information deadline 4 . I Doys proceeding publication. Published daily except monday. We Are responsible for errors ooh on first Dai of publication Check Lour and close. Call us for errors appearing in copt the first Dot a charge will be made for one time for All copt released for publication notice of errors must be Job before second insertion or claims for refunds or extensions will not be recognized Irving daily news texan by 3-3333 an 2-1503 do you want to Money with Quot a maker c a a is. La 1-9749 Dallas Good me a de drapery Saleslady with decorator experience. Good starting salary. 5-1/2 Day week. All company benefits. I. A Penney co. Quot bl3-1147 female Misc. 307 or 0 s f lob \ ii i 107 $25 Reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Susie strayed from ish Union b wer re. Black White Quot and Brown female Beagle by 3-8184 waitress wanted 11 30 till 8 30 and 3 30 until losing. It Juni Ain girl 8l3-9502 Howard Johnson restaurant Hiway 183 and Loop 12 mild experienced waitress 6 Days apply in person. 423 a Irving blvd. Need lady for child care-5 Days week. Must have references and transport Aln la 5-4091 after 5 30 waitress or waiters wanted $30. Per week. Plus Good tips Good working conditions. Apply in person. Tower hotel. Courts 10108 Harry Hines blvd. Fl2-s441 follow Circle to 7�?o North waitresses Vav anted Brown and White female Puppy. Answers to Nikki. Strayed from Haltom Plaza. I ii 4-. 11 30 till 8 30 and 3 30 until closing i Fountain girl by 3-9205 Howard Johnson restaurant Highway 183 St Loop 12 wanted women who enjoy Sale work Fulda in news texan has an opening in their classified advertising department for Yemen who enjoy c customer sales and Servi es2 cent acts and service work will be by Telephone. This is an Opportunity for capable women to learn a profession in classified advertising. Salary plus Bonus. 40 hour week. Apply in person. Daily news texan. 800 Avenue h. East. Great Southwest. Arlington. Whether you need anything or not read the news texan want ads every Issue. They Are always interesting and inst Ruer Ive. Shop classified ads transportation 108 lady wants ride to Fidelity r Mon Dallas from Plymouth Park 800 to 5 00 by -2050 after 6 00 . Wanted ride to Tex Lite on Manor Way from Ridgecrest addition. 8 to 5 . Bls-3425 wanted riders Vicinity Nursery Grauwiler to downtown Dallas. $3 per week bl3-7 204 lady needs ride downtown Dalla from Plymouth Park. Bl4-0457 after 500 . Ottja. Leis. Poultry 109 a free Kittens to Good Rome 2 months old Haltom City area by 1-1867 532 Mcquade autos for Sale 201 6 Cylinder 47 Model a hauled bargain 4 door Dodge Sedan motor recently Over Cail my 6-8620 male Misc. 308 graduate need High school graduate for store keeper work. Apply m person Wyatt a cafeteria Plymouth Park shopping Domestic 310 housekeeper Hurst 5 Davs Veek hours 8 a in. To 530 . Permanent. Bl2-4845. Business service 400a like magic tired of those details let us do your hand addressing typing a mimeograph work bookkeeping general secretarial work pick up and delivery by 5-6046 Genie business service St s c Felt it a Ltd of Bishop to upholstering co. Rustom restyling amp repairing Specula i 2 pc. Sofa bed suite Complete with maternal ii labor >69.50 i judges double Check tally making sure they be Given the right Points to the right girls miss Irving judges Are shown hard at work. They include left to right musical producer Breck Wall editor Marie Rushing film executive Conrad Brady and Bank vice president Nell of Connell. News texan photo miss Cong eni Al of Tyr vivacious Ann Shuler is handed her trophy As Quot miss congeniality Quot by Gen. Chairman Dick Wadsworth. This is one of the most coveted honors since the Winner is chosen by vote of All the other contestants. News texan photo and up Ali. Work guaranteed 12 yrs. Experience free estimates pick up and delivery we will make estimates night ii sunday we 2-7121 we 3-975j in 416 n. Bishop Dallas in

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