Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
31 May 1962

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31 May 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 31, 1962, Irving, Texas Thursday May 31, 1962 daily news texan Irving Texes Pope 3 9iom and Organ recital lated by local teachers mrs. Joe. Pruitt and Maud a Mommy local music will present their students in a piano and argan recital sol evening june 2, at ?300 put i. In the Oakview Baptist Church 1004 s. Story. Mrs. Inez Hoyle to head Dopter Troani tawn garage Sale slated by recital set by school sixty students of tsp Ballet jazz and Baton will Tak Spartin the Montague school a kit of dance Spring recital slated for saturday evening. J the program will begin 8 . In tile Crockett Junior High school auditor under the direction of mrs. Joyce Montague. Jack Bridges will be or charge of scenery and lighting the Public is invited to attend the recital. There is no admission charge. The students Are Judy Armstrong Gary Beech Judy Brent Jena Bond Al end Sandy Collis Joann Dickerson Mary Ellis Louise Pong Lynne Elkins Cay Ann Aud Scott Hall Jerry Hawkins Tynetta Demon Rebecca Lamb Monica Mote Lee Meckfessel Mickey Mccar ver Stacey Martin p Aula Mckinney Becky Nelson Pamela Nichols Teresa Rodney and Gary ownes. Also Gladys Pannal Susan Prewitt Darnee and Vin coat Rawlins Sherry and Linda Rice Judy Robinette Roberta Rhodes Neil Simpson Cindy Summers Mary Smith to Ellen Talafuse Judy Sinclair Ann Stevenson Evan White Stevie White Charlene Ware Penny Ward Joe Wood Jimmy Wylie and Emily Sloan. The Public is invited. marking the installation o new officers St Irving chapter no. 777 order of Eastern Star will be held at 8 . Saturday j urn 2, in the Irving masonic Temple. Mrs. Inez r. Hoyle will Takt office As worthy Matron and Floyd c. Williams worthy Patron. Mrs. Ear Leen Holland will be installed As associate Matron and hurry Holland associate Patron. Other officers include mrs. Mary Virginia Jones Secretary mrs. Beatrice Cason treasurer and Mes. Tie try e Sanderson Ami Laverne Patrick conduct resses. Appointive officers Are Mes. Jean Roberson Zula Dicken Jean Waindel Urb. Florin sides Roxie Carroll anti Jarger Janice Thornhill nits Perryman miss Mary Story and or. Edall Perryman. Installing officers will be mrs. Esther Williams mrs. Doroty Morton and miss Marge Hoyle of Irving miss Jon Ann Rucker of Dallas and mrs. Mildred Carder of Beattie Kansas. Dairy Farmers have 95 percent of the total investment in the Dairy Industry processors and distributors Only five percent. Furniture children s clothing dishes and miscellaneous articles will go on Sale during a garage Sale on saturday sponsored by the women of St. Mary a episcopal Church. The Home of mrs. Richard Searles of 2406mare will he the site of the Sale to be held from to . To 6 . Mrs he. Dingus is chairman of the Sale. Proceeds from the Sale will Benefit the women of St. Mary s organization Irv mites Are invited to attend. Coffee will be served to patrons who care to come in and browse through the items for Sale. Ales in ply. Park open thur. Amp Fri. Til Otis Brown Pat. ,. Among the new officers installed for the coming year at Otis Brown Eie Mentar Pat Are left to right front Row mrs. B. P. Neff As first vice president mrs. M. Cordon As president mrs. Raymond Morse As second vice president second Row mrs. A Dunnaway As Secretary mrs. J. Is. Hashert As historian mrs. Erdis Grider As finance director and mrs. Rudolph Mcgraw As director of membership. News texan photo. Includes # dooming Oil Tim a of jolting Oloc Tricol timing a fully by astr Ito a a orc Tow Stylce for any Fot Yew in to in Natal to Patil Latay i Cital a in i Tor Lawn data am a tap Meta i no Tao a tac Tartaf turn Tai unit officials installed at Otis Brown meeting a Miti Mumm urn ply. Park shopping Center bl-3-0569 plus a. Acres ores we give free estimates All Chable service my norms umber cd. A in. Can Tami officers for the coming year were installed at the final meeting of the Otis Brown elementary Pat held on May la. Mrs. Roy Baxley conducted the installation. Mrs. M. Gordon was installed As president. Other officers assuming duties were mrs. . Neff As first Vic president mrs. Raymond Morse As second vice president mrs. Ray Dunnaway As recording Secretary mrs. A a. Starks As treasurer mrs. Beverly Mclaughlin As corresponding Secretary and mrs. , Hashert As historian. Be w directors Are mrs. Erdys Grider of finance mrs. Rudolph Mcgraw of membership mrs. James Goodwin of room representatives mrs. . Wilcox of health and welfare mrs. David Cody of publicity mrs. G. B. Wade of hospitality mrs. James j Oden of entertainment and Charles Hymes of civil defense. Mrs. Wallace Weichang and mrs. . Rowe Are delegates to City Council Pat. Richard Mccade assistant superintendent of the Dallas Public schools was the speaker for the final meeting. Den 6 of cub scout troop #772 conducted the Flag ceremony. The Devotion was a group of songs and poems about the South by All sixth Grade students under the direction of mrs. Fisher the historians report was Given in the form of a skit by mrs. . Neff assisted by mrs. Ray Dunnaway mrs. Raymond Morse. And a government statistics show concern Over the fact that 25% of american families live beyond their incomes. Look who s talking. A Rowe Meredith Salem wean a Herald. Irving saving amp loan Assoc Soi nm1m Mami St., Avina Texas a affidavit of depository officer be it fair or Foll. Maid of Cotton Leone Percy wears an All weather coat of water reseller Cotton poplin by March and Mendl. Shell Fly via pan american world airways to Europe s fashion capitals this summer. The state of Texas county of me the undersigned authority on this Day personally appeared Bob mall love after being be me duly sworn deposes says and certifies As True the was Esse i. That he is be pm said Cut amp Secretary of Irving aging or loan association title of official Complete name of depository a the depository named in the above notice. 2. That the foregoing is a full and Complete list of the names of ail depositors and creditors for whom Formant deposits or inactive accounts have been held for More than seven 7 years and whose existence and whereabouts Are unknown to the depository 3. That sack listed depositors each creditors have Arn assorted any claim or exercised any act of ownership with respect to their deposits or accounts during the Post seven 7 years. Signature _ sob Mani Oye sworn to and subscribed before me this the 30 Day of Sarah e. Cunningham notary Public j Smi signature Dallas Uoti tuft t names of missing depositors Bussey Elizabeth corel <3 Riff till George a. Houghton . Jones Bluford m. Moreland Terry Wayne Myna . I partly d. Smith Robert a it Peggy Starr mrs. Belie Boort jesses Marcus by Winters my. Katie Lee Otto. 635 _ 215 North Yogore 7ub eur tired general delivery Lioi w. Newton Apt. I 407 North Britain is go wid at. Pacl Box 173 a a Box 234 last known address Chuu Vista California Irving Texas Dallas tens Irving Texas Tai a. Oklahoma Irving Taraji Irving Texas Irving tone Lake Dallas ten Fred red Harris state Tive place 3 a conservative with proven record former member of House of representatives 1935-37-41 member Dallas county commissioners court District 4 Navy Veteran world War ii member of state Senate 1946-50 native of Dallas count attorney at Law vote saturday for to red Harris state Reorg tentative place 3 pm. Pol adv. A whew or b win Slacks $14.90 pair be Cool and fastidious Tao in these goo looking you d never guess that you could Wash these Good looking Slacks nor that they would have the same Good looks after washing. The fabric is a Feather wave Cord that s 55% Dacron polyester and 45% Rayon. Choose your summer Leisure stocks from and Black. Copeland s Fri to 9

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