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 40 sorry. Moore 3114 Vassar is tact chairman. Binary reports in ii it Rix namely $1,318 a leered for the Mem and furs Campaign alias association for would like to help May Regis ter june 18 at the Pool on he opening Day of the classes. I he following have Volun sered this far mines. Cert ii. Allen William r. Blackwell lobby Bucher Wallace Wayne Chandler Samuel Davey j. Fred Duncan Frederick Harry in Chousen w. I. Leanna Harrell Grider Cay on l. Hargrove v. Fred Kleh Richard w. I Yness Gerald r. Maloney lest me Moss Paul Murray Richard a Phillips Margaret Louise Rampy Richard e. Rockwell James j. Sammons Jay l. Taylor Lavon Thompson. The Dallas county red a Moss is a United i und affiliate. A double Herr. R Bill runs at inn through saturday. In this scene r Vera Hayden and Cera my r mar planet monster. The Sec to i Hap it to premature burial Edgar Allan i possesses by the fear of being buried a Gram Paw Sykes it steal est going up and up a soil Bakk might see a goop i Dea i Quot Quot by a by officers. The kiwanis key is. C Irving High school held their new officer installation a it gently at Youngblood s re rant. Officers Are Back Row left to right Mike Baston outgoing treasurer Terr. Harrison outgoing president Gary Newson Secretary Jack Watson vice preside Damn Bell treasurer and i or rest Miller president assisting in the installs ceremonies were front Row left to right Joe Richardson president East Dali Vivas club Dennis Turnbull key Cle International trustee and Herb Stice is to in Ponsor. News texan photo. Troop to re enact girls activities Zales in Plymouth Park open thurs amp Fri Nite till 9 a1 a new All time season ticket record the third ticket sales record this season has just been set by cum Manana in fort Worth total season ticket sales for the i96j season Are now $53,351.50- with three Days Remai Ling before this summer s season sales end on saturday evening june 2, the new total $118 $0 greater than the Prev iou High of $53#232 achieved in the first Casa Manana season of 1959 and $16,407 5, so per cent More that last year s figure of $36,943.75. The Advance Over last year Best reflects the greatness of the new Nark explains Elmer l. Lockwood Casa Manana s treasurer and general manager. Activities of the past year will be re enacted by Cir scouts of troop $60 amur a at Camp Williams they will present in pantomime for their parents achievement they have attained during the year. The girls made soap dogs and Santa Claus pins that were sold in the girl scout Booth at Saint luke1�?T fall Roundup. The troop attended the Junior players Guild of Dalla a production of Quot Alice in wonderland Quot in Dallas in november. Three of the girl it in the troop had parts in the play. Two play were presented it a Christmas party for the mothers. The girls made the refreshments that were ser fed. Lady Bader Powell impressed the girls very much when they went to hear her it Peak in Dallas in january. Girl scout week was celebrated with the girls attending mass with All of the girl scouts at Saint Luke s Church on girl scout sunday. The girls made table decorations for the breakfast which followed. They Joine i All Irvin girl scour in the Mout Parade in february and had fun and Learned new skills at die All City Field Lay. The troop spent the first week end in april at Camp whispering Cedars learning new skills Ani becoming More familiar with life in the out of doors. At the court of awards the following girls will receive second class badges Nela i Arbosa Mary Loa i Eale Helen i Royles Cathy Christian Cindy Carey Leig Harme Gartner Isabel Halsey Susan Porter an Deborah Welsh. Angela Barbosa will also receive the swimmer an 1 the Bird badges leaders of the troop Are mrs. Paul Gartner mrs. James Smith and mrs James Welsh. Spectacular savings on distinctive rings suf winding 2 Diamond your Choice first Quot first lady of the i ailed states to become a Mother was i ranges Folsom , wife f pres. Lent Grover Cleveland. Her second child Esther Cleveland was born in the White House on september 9, i $93. Choose the perfect gift for any graduate on your list be assured your Money buys More at Zalews ask about our shop and compare. Your Money Back in 60 Days if you find a better value anywhere no Money Down a convenient terms for Winter wearing apparel Moth roofing free Sterling Silver watch r a graduation Bracelet cultured Pearl pendants in As cd arms smart new variety of styles 9 to boned All Gold filled with Matching Chons your Choice Remington Holiday portable typewriter awards including one Lions badge were Handel out at the monthly meeting of pack 510 at Rochelle elementary school. Billy Carroll and Sammy Moss were Given Wolf badges and a e3ear rank went to John Carroll. Neal Smith got the lion badge. Gold arrows went to Gary Donahue and Billy Carroll id John Carroll was presented a Silver Arrow. P one year service pins were awarded to Britt shewing and Dick Stevens. Larry Morgan received a three year pin. Neal Smith will now be a Mermeg the Rebelos Den. 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