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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - June 6, 1962, Irving, Texas Irving by Charles Lewis other Day we were talking about optimistic comments but now we believe we be heard the one that takes the cake. Ray Bankston who did such a great Job Emce eing the miss Irving pageant said he believes it is Quot better to have halitosis than no breath at that a positive thinking to the nth Der Lewis for helping others. Outstanding trophies were awarded by miss Rosin a to Donald Killian Center and Harry Blanton for their work with handicapped and Little children in swimming sessions. Don is the son of or. And mrs. Edgar John Killian and attends Keyes elementary school. Harry is the son of or. And mrs. Bob Blanton and is a student at Bowle Junior High school. News texan photo. Letters from our readers to the editor the Texas Power amp Light company and its employees would like to thank the citizens of Irving for their patience and understanding during the interruptions of service on May 31, 1962, caused by the storm that came through Irving. As in All cases we of Texas Power amp Light co. Strive to provide the Best service possible to All customers. During emergencies of this nature we sincerely appreciate the cooperation and understanding of the citizens of Irving in helping Speed the restoration of service. Let us at this time extend a special thanks to the Irving police department and the Irving police Reserve for their help and outstanding cooperation during this emergency. James of Gregory District manager Texas Power is Light co. A to the editor the newspaper profession is to be commended for their tenacity in exposing not Only the Estes Case but the Ben Jack Cage the Teapot dome the Schumake Case and Many other scandals among which might be mentioned the Justice dept lashing out at big business with anti Trust suits the president clubbing big business with coercion and Boycott in language beneath the dignity of civilization which few papers would print. But the greatest scandal in history is the subversion by the enemy. They Tell us through the papers what they Are going to do to us knit somehow the news papers Are unable to penetrate the Quot Washington Iron curtain Quot to effectively expose their activities. Even senators done to know what is going on until after it happens. It has been established by confession of state dept officials that they have adopted a Quot no win policy Quot and plan to Quot Jine Mem a what a a think of that wonder what tenacity the news paper profession will demonstrate on this scandal . Hallmark 2807 pleasant or. Big slate lists 25 prize winners Twenty five friends and customers at big state menus store 114 e. Irving blvd., were announced As winners of door prizes celebrating the opening of the newly remodeler and expanded a menus store and varsity Village. Manager Ray Dishman listed the following winners with prizes totalling about $300 and top prize being a $75 suit Paul Henderson 113stear-Mon Mike Alley 401 w. 12th Carl j. Johnson 638 Westwood . Ross 1511 sunny Brook Zolon Wilkins 1026 Indian Hills mrs. We. Of Parsons 705 Ryan place Jim Gregory to amp a mrs. Victor Adams 1121 Lindy Lane Gene Glacier . Box 422 Sam Farina jr., 105 w. Chico Lloyd Ballard 318 Staffordshire Guy c. Graves 815 Tanglewood East. Also . Stregles 1409 Schulze James j. Burns 218 w. 12th Lyle Novinski 1712 Gilbreath or. Don Monrow 1610 Arcady Lane Chas. J. Wirasnik 3502 Princeton or Frank h. Browne Handy House . Blackburn 3402 we Brewster. Also Frank Makus jr., 703 Grauwiler Billy h. Mcwatters 714 e. Irving blvd. . . Stegall 5016 Carbon re. . . Lacy it. Last riles for Mother funeral services were held monday for mrs. Frances w. Osborn of Dallas Mother of two Irving residents. She is survived by her husband Rev. . Osborn two sons Carl of Irving and Herschel Tom of Little Rock three daughters mrs. Howard Moore Irving mrs. Earl Webb Dallas and Frances Ann Osborn of Dallas one brother Frank Donoho los Angeles two Sisters miss Ada Donoho and mrs. Fred Bardt of Waco and seven grandchildren. Services were at Sparkman soak Cliff Chapel. Rev. Stone Risinger officiated. Interment was in Laurel land. The human race like Gaul is divided into four classes of people Wise ones foolish ones nuts and those who believe Campaign speakers. Box 47 Frank Randolph 1006 a Britain Henry w. Seals 516 e. 8th. Scene rites Pend for Mother of resident funeral arrangements Are pending for mrs. Vera Jane Woodward 1302 Dory Lane 71, who died monday after an Hines of 6 weeks. . Woodard lived with her daughter mrs. Wayne Cornett 1302 Dory Lane for the past five years. Prior to this time she resided with another daughter mrs. Mable Snodgrass of Arlington for 15 years. . Woodard was a member of the Church of Christ. She is survived by three daughters mrs. Mary Cornett of Irving mrs. Mable Snodgrass of Arlington and mrs. Alberta Eubank of Chattanooga term one brother and one sister nine grandchildren. The body is being shipped to Bennett and Mays funeral Home in Pulaski term. The funeral will ire the latter part of the week possibly saturday. Blacks funeral Home is in charge. Prize names drawn. Prizes ranging As High As a $75 suit and totalling an aggregate of $300 were Given away by big state men s store in connection with its remodelling and expansion Celebration. Above mrs. Charles Lewis is shown drawing some of the Lucky names on behalf of manager Ray Dishman and owner . Gus Crassons or. News texan photo methodist school ends fourth year might As Well make the most of it thought several Lone Star employees last thursday night when High winds knocked out Power in certain parts of town. The Guys rigged up some Yard lights in order to continue work on the night shift. Then somebody had the Bright idea of sending some lights Down to help illuminate the repair work underway on the Light poles at Highway 356 and Sowers. In luckily for life and limb they thought better of the idea and kept the Yard lights in a Safe place. Quot too much results a was the Way mrs. Ralph tip pit 505 Hughes dr., answered our question when we asked her if her person to person and in the St got any reaction. Quot they kept calling and calling even after we sold everything we offered so be sure that and is cancelled mrs. Tippit urged. A texan brags on the civic minded institutional and series Bob Nelson of first Federal savings and loan is running each month in the news texan. You probably noticed the first of the series a natural color photo reproduction of Irving High school. Bob plans to boost Many of the Irving Quot bragging Points Quot in this monthly feature. A bouquets should go to a very considerate Irvi gite who does no to limit Public service to his paid Job As postmaster says mrs. Quentin Wolff. She was referring to postmaster . Twilley who took time out to take mrs. W. To the garage when her car Start in front of the Post office. We agree mrs. Wolff. Our postmaster is a mighty Nice fellow. Quote of the week came from mrs. Lamar my new one of those Young matrons who Drew a huge sigh of Relief when their husbands were graduated from southwestern medical school monday night. Quot i Felt like setting off the biggest firecracker i could find right in the Middle of the ceremonies pretty mrs. Mcnew a former Irving school teacher declared. 44 4 a wee amount of credit for Carrol Cochran s Victory As miss Irving should go to her steady Beau Mike Marshall. The Tiger football Star caused Carrol to go on a diet quite some time ago Carrol laughingly recalls. Quot he said i looked As though i had been sitting too much Quot miss Irving explained during and interview with the judges. A donating Dwarf. Portraying Dopey in the Snow White play Craig Dodson is assisting or. And mrs. John of Quinn Center of lit people school in presenting a Check for the proceeds of their annual program to the Irving municipal Library. A h. Yeandle is shown receiving $154.00 in behalf of the Irving municipal Library association. News texan photo theater in review a miss Texas becomes a miss Casa Manana by Charles Lewis Casa Manana ha6 taken fresh local Talent blended it into one of the Quot old faithful Quot of musical comedy and come up with a crowd please to Start its 1962 season with a resounding Success. Those who May have sus pinioned that Linda Loftis miss Texas of 1961-62 was Quot just a pretty girl Quot got a convention draws Irving chiropractors students and teachers at the celebrated the completion of their fourth year recently with picnics and a train ride to fort Worth. The two kindergarten classes held a picnic at storybook land while the first graders visited the train station in Dallas followed by a train ride to fort Worth and a picnic there. . . Spruce and mrs. , Barnett kindergarten teachers and mrs. W. H. Houseworth first Grade teacher chaperoned their charges with the help of several mothers. Each of the three classes have had four parties this year at halloween Christmas Valentines Day and the last Day of school. Mothers of the students plan and give the celebrations. Field trips for the year included a visit to the Post office fire station in Irving museum of natural history and aquarium zoo and children a symphony in Dallas. They also visited the new Irving municipal Library and got a Library card. Legionnaires plan conclave opening fighters at Casa Manana in fort Worth were two of Irving a most avid theater goers or. And mrs. Jerry Meagher. R registration slated for Church school registration for vacation Church school at the first methodist Church of Irving will be held on sunday morning june to in the children a building Between the sunday school and worship hour. The school will be conducted from june 12 to 15 and june 19 to 22. . Arthur Hardin director of the school urges All parents to enrol their children at this pre registration time in order that the first Day of the school May be planned More carefully and will run smoothly. A special class for mothers will be offered this year and will be taught by Carl Crouch. The textbook to be used is entitled Quot unfolding drama of the those planning to attend this course while their children Are in the school Are asked to Call mrs. Hardin at bl4-1621 or the Church office at bl2-3855 at least five Irving chiropractors Are expected to be among the 700 Texas practitioners planning to attend the annual convention of the Texas state chiropractic association in fort w Orth june 7-9. The Irving chiropractors planning to attend include or. . Clopton or. . Murdoch or. . Saylor or. . Saylor and or. H. L. Shearer. Presidents of the two National chiropractic organizations and leading chiropractic educators will be among the convention speakers. On the speaking program Are or. John q. Thaxton of Raton n. president of the International chiropractic association and or. R. T. Lei ter of Macon ga., president of the National chiropractic association. One of the highlights of the convention will be the selection of the 1962 posture Queen of Texas. Twelve District winners representing All sections of the state will compete for the title. A Post graduate refresher school will be a part of the convention program. Attendance at such a clinic at least once a year is now required by state Law of ail chiropractic doctors As a requisite for state License renewal. Pleasant Surprise As the Richland Hills Beauty displayed real professional qualities in her first major musical role in Quot the desert for once it was the singing pure and simple which stole the show at Casa a theater in the round noted for scenery and staging tricks which Send the audience away but it was three Young voices and one old seasoned one which Quot had Mem talking Quot at mondays Kickoff performance. The Youthful leading lady was perfectly matched by Nolan Van Way tall handsome baritone who was Well equipped to perform As the dashing Quot red Shadow the role made famous by John Boles 35 years ago. Michael Waco a tou voice student came up from the male chorus to sing a secondary Lead adding still More top flight youth to the show. Outstanding old in the line up was Richard Wentworth whose Southern accent did no to keep him from doing a creditable Job As an Arab chieftain. High melodic moment of the evening ironically came with miss Texas offstage. With Waco Wentworth and Van Way leading the Way in a Lusty Trio backed by an excellent male chorus Quot one alone Quot possible the most famous number in this show got a treatment which was Good enough to bring out the Goose bumps. This is not to say miss Loftis was not the key figure to the Success of the program. A More perfect role for her debut As a Casa leading lady could not have been chosen. Those familiar with the Devil take the hindmost manner in which Casa scenery is rushed Down the aisle will find it amusing to laugh along with Van Way Over some of his opening night misfortunes 1. He tripped while running up the ramp on his first big Entrance and fell sprawling. 2. His sword came apart As he whipped it out for a Duel. 3�?~. And he almost lost his turban disguise in the final suspenseful scene. That should certainly Clear the docks for Clear sailing for Van Way Linda and All the other excellent Talent in Casa s Quot desert kiwanis conclave runs june 10-14 More than 30 members of kiwanis clubs in division 2 and their families will attend the 47th annual convention of kiwanis International in Denver Colorado june 10-14, according to Roberts Davis lieutenant governor of this kiwanis division. Division 2 includes 17 kiwanis clubs in Dallas county and the Terrell club. These Kiwan ians will join some 15, too others a in a return visit to Denver by kiwanis after an absence of 38 years. Convention sessions will be held in Denver a City auditorium. John g. Tower . Senator from Texas will be among the guest speakers for the convention program. The Garland High school choir along with some 30 other choruses bands soloists and special entertainment acts will be presented during the convention Iod. Any married couple with a couple of youngsters knows that marriage is a Racket. Per pm. 8 daily news texan Irving tau and Sudny Jun. 6,1962 legionnaires and auxiliary members from the first division of the american legion will assemble in Dallas saturday and sunday for their annual Spring convention w. H. Bill Kitts in. Fifth District commander has announced. The featured Ente Rte inmost for saturday will be the annual convention dance in the Terrace room of the Baker Host commencing at 9 . Activities will get under Var of sunday with a past division commanders breakfast beginning at 8 . Is the Baker Rote. Joint session of the american legion and auxiliary will Convene at to . In the Baker hotel. Department commander Aubrey l. Bullard of Gainesville will deliver the principal address before the joint session. Other guest speakers will include department auxiliary president mrs. Otis Aaron and auxiliary Secretary mrs. H. N. Lyle of Austin. A memorial service will conclude Che morning meeting. A luncheon will be held at Che Adolphus hotel at 12 noon for All registered delegates sad guests. Signing up. Ssh Sec a a amp a youth to j Lionel Duke on destroyer no More books. Kindergarten youngsters from the first methodist Day school relax in front of the Little red school House in storybook land. The youngsters celebrated the end of the year with a trip to the fantasy i and and a picnic there. Lionel a Duke jr., radar Man first class us son of or. And mrs. Lionel v. Duke of 4117 North Greenview dr., Irving is serving aboard the destroyer Bigelow operating As a unit of the sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Smallest Book in world is Handwritten poems by Edgar guest. Done by Burt Randle in 1942 it is less that 1/8 Inch Square and is held by Metal clasp

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