Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
30 May 1962

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30 May 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 30, 1962, Irving, Texas R wednesday May 30, 1962 daily news texan Irving Texas Page 3 some family tree. A Champion Tuckwood a scrap wire von key Quot is the name and the wire haired Dachshund is dog Royalty from Way Back. His master old. Key 1140 St. To poses the log for the news texan camera. A scrappy a As he is called for Short come from a line of 27 champions in three generations. A scrappy Quot recently received his 15th Point necessary to become a Champion in the heart of America Dachshund club specially show in Kansas City. He was shown in six consecutive shows la Dallas fort Smith Arkansas Muskogee Oklahoma Wichita i alls and Kansas City to. In All these he won the coveted a Best of winners Quot award. News texan pm tto by John Cash >1 n local girl perfect in train Bea Suil scoring rail official says Ann Stevenson ten year old sixth Grade Pupil at Central school has been notified by the Headquarters of the Texas University interscholastic league that she has made a Hundred percent again in the state contest for spelling and Plain writing. This is the second consecutive year that Ann has won the Honor for Irving. Ann became eligible for the state contest when she was declared a Winner in the local contest. Ann is the daughter of or. And mrs. Ray m. Stevenson of 1102 High school Lane. How do the railroads stack up from an economic standpoint with the Barge lines in hauling heavy John w. Barriger president of the Pittsburgh \ Lake Erie Railroad came a armed to the Teeth with some interesting statistics to recent hearings called by army engineers on the proposed billion Dollar canal project from Lake Erie to the Ohio River. Data presented by the rail official is designed to prove the railroads not Only can but consistently do handle this traffic with a much higher degree of economic efficiency. On an exceptionally i avy downstream Tow Barriger Points out that even when employing a 9,000-hp towboat with a string of 40 a jumbo Quot 1,000 tons carrying capacity or More barges the Best performance under the most favourable conditions would result in Only 58 Gross or 44 net ton Miles per towboat horsepower per hour. A it has been suggested by a Jurist that All cars be taken from careless Drivers. A dream come True. sunday june 3, the Public will get its first Chance to see the helping hand school 3337 Stovall the City a Only school for retarded children. Shown at work with the children is mrs. , Gann Cente who is trained to work with the children. She and the school comprise the focal Point of Many parents dreams. To the left is Yvonne Brogden mrs. Gantt a assistant. Built largely by parents with retarded children the school is the result of Long hours of hard work by a handful of people and the Public is urged to attend their sunday open House. News texan photo dont make a move until you Call bl3-5147 Cyl party attended by 20 youths some 20 Young people attended a hamburger cookout and baseball game Given sunday afternoon for the Christian youth f Fellowship of the Irving North Christian Church. Held at the Home of or. And mrs. Keith Griffith 2615 Warren Circle the party was attended by Jim Rudd youth director from first Christian. Youth sponsors or. And mrs. Walter my mulls miss Judy Sanders and mrs. Janet Parshall chaperoned the affair. Irving North Christian will hold groundbreaking ceremonies for their new Church on june i. The Church will be located at Rochelle and Carpenter ads. Youngster wins St. Mark s award Frank Arthur St. Claire 817 Sowers Road a student at Crockett Junior High has been awarded a scholarship to St. Marks school of Texas Preston and Royal Dallas. He Wall enter the 8th Graie in september. The youngster first attended Forest Park school for two years and has made the Honor Roll continuously. In 1960, he won first place in number sense Over All Irving schools and at the time was a student at Plymouth Park. Irving scene his hobbies Are Many Reading swimming baseball Rock collecting but his favorite is experimenting in his Laboratory. He plans to be a scientist. Frank 12 years old is the son of mrs. Lavon St. Claire. Roebuck and co Frank St. Clai re memorial Day specials for today and thursday letters from our readers Sears Irving St reopen today 9 30amto5 30pm shop thursday and Friday nights til 9 to the editors my heart is full of gratitude for the blessings that Are min that a kind Providence has spared my wife and two Chil Dren from what could have been a fatal Accident and for my friends. My wife and children were on their Way from Austin to Plainview on Friday May 4th, when they were involved in an Accident near Hamlin. The children were dismissed from the Hamlin Hospital on May 10th and on May 16th, we moved Sharleen to the Plainview Hospital where she will be for some time. But we Are thankful that we Are All Back in Plainview and in one piece. As to the election. We Are very thankful to All our friends in Texas who did so much to help us. Our friends worked hard and we got a Good vote a vote we can be proud of. But we were up against two political machines and too much Money. The texans who voted for us were ones who wanted Good sound honest government. They wanted a progressive Texas but they wanted their Money spent wisely. We have no suggestions to make As to voting in the run off. We came out of the Campaign on Good Friendly terms with All the other gubernatorial candidates. I consider them All my friends. Texans who were intelligent enough to vote for us Are More than intelligent enough to vote wisely in the run off Campaign without my suggestions or recommendations. I do urge everyone to vote. Marshall for Why is theme spiritual alertness spiritual alertness is needed to meet the Challenge of today. This is a theme of the lesson Sermon entitled a ancient Ani modern necromancy alias mesmerism and Hypnotise denounced Quot which will be heard at local Chrisman science services sunday. The responsive Reading will include Paul a advice to the ephesians 6 a be Strong m the lord and in the Power of his might. Put on the whole Armour of god that be maybe Able to stand against the Wiles of the one of the citations to be read from Quot science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy states Quot be watchful sober and vigilant. Sears Irving store Oney special Sale prices on All fabric automatic Kenmore washers no Money Down on Sears easy payment plan Price includes two years parts and service guarantee on listed models Irving theater Frei free summer vacation shows Are Here again at your Irving theatre starting thursday May 31st. Presents the first of its afternoon matinees absolutely free1if admission Only 6 Pepsi cola Caps Box of Lee opens 1 00 . Now showing Box office opens 6 30 bl4-0169 save 40.00 3 cycles $ 212 45 Model 11472 was $252.45 a 2 agitation and spin speeds a off balance switch filter a infinite water level 5 Temps a exclusive Roto swirl agitator a Force gained top lid and tub a big 10-lb. Load capacity save 70.00 7 cycles 202 45 1 a to i. T. I i Paul Newman Geraldine Page Cine Mascoll myth Ocolor Unni Smi we i imm. So Felt 183 drive in Box office opens 7 00 show starts 7 45 poor boy Nite Admix Tion 25< in Cream 5< Popcorn 5< drinks 5< showing plus 1 left handed gun House of fright starring Paul Newman with Paul Massie was $272.45 a set one dial time temperature and Speed automatically selected a set water level to suit each Load a unbalanced Load shuts of Washer a Roto swirl agitator deep soil scrubber built in lint filter Savi 80.00 12 cycles s too 45 232 Model 14811 was $312.4s a automatic push Button settings a bleach fabric conditioner dispenser a automatic water level selector a self cleaning tilter 10-lb. Capacity a Roto swirl agitator deep soil scrubber and detergent cup

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