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March 4, 1973

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S«UMby, March 4, lf73 T H E D E N T O N R E C O R D - C H R O N I C L E Mrs. Robbins Keeps Involved Continued From Huge One "I started working on my Ph.D. and found that it interfered with being a mother so I decided to wait until the. girls were grown " she explained. Mrs. Robbins did not immediately resume teaching after the family moved to Denton She had decided to retire, and made it just fine until the first day of school, when she realized she was bored and just couldn't stand not working. The native Oklahoman has been a sports enthusiast since before she became a coach's wife. She played basketball in high school and loved it. "Gene was a basketball coach before we were married, so' it's been a growing part of our life," she said. "Our past vacations have been attending coaching clinics in the summer and going to All-State basketball, football, or baseball games," she said. : "You grow very attached to the basketball team players and they actually become a part of your family. We have made lasting friendships with former players, and each year we eain more. We even used to have players baby sit for us -- they make great babysitters." Mrs. Robbins watched the last basketball game to be held in the "Pit" Friday night, and she's looking forward to next year and the games at the new North Texas Coliseum Staff Photo By LARRY BARR BANQUET TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE Mines. A. E. Wyall, L. A. Nelson Bridge Winners Winners of the duplicate bridge game at the Denton Civic Center Tuesday night were Beverly Tedlock and La Rue Stotl, Florence Lee and Jessie Luckc, and Jane- Hopkins and Jean Barns. Winners of the game at the; Denton Country Club Thursday m o r n i n g were Doris Fitch .and Milly Haskins, Luanne Hicks and Lorraine Killian, and Carrol White and Chr.ls Holloway. These Boxes Are Beautifully Hand Carved In Poland Where The True Handcroftmanship Makes These Boxes Elegant Enough For A Collector, And Simple Enough For Home. Beautifully Priced Too . . . to 15 50 Phone 387-4377 t 617 Sunset Center Donlon. Texas 76201 Limited Supply Of Music Boxes In Stock Also. Staff PtMlt By JIM MAMONEY MRS ROBBINS ENJOYS NTSU BASKETBALL GAMES She's Husband's Number One Supporter Wives Set For Banquet Mrs. A. E. Wyatt and Mrs. L A Nelson have their tickets and they are ready for the Denton Chamber of Commerce annual dinner meeting. ,, The "Evening With Art Linkletter" will be held March 27 at the North Texas State University Coliseum beginning at 7:30 p.m. Mrs Wyatt is t h e ' w i f e ' o f Chamber President A. E. Wyatt and Mrs. Nelson is the wife of incoming president, L. A. Nelson. Tickets for the affair are $10 each, and are available at the Chamber office, all of the city's f i n a n c i a l institutions and the Special Ticket Sales Task Force. The fast-moving program will feature, in addition to the premiere unveiling of the coliseum, the TW'U Serenaders, directed by Dr. Tom Turrichi. Highlights-of the evening ; will include Linkletter as well as presentation of the President's Trophy, and the 1973 Otis Fowler Award. Linkletter was a television and ra'dio star for more than 30 years. House Party, on daytime CBS television and radio, five days a week, 52 weeks a year, for 25 years, v/on an E m m y award for best daytime show on television and four E m m y nominations. People Are F u n n y , on n i g h t t i m e NBC television and radio, weekly for 52; weeks a year, for 19 years,' was in the top 10 rating list most of those years, and won three Emmy nominations. His chief interest today is his work in the crusade against drug abuse. He writes, speaks, and broadcasts from coast to coast in the fight against the drug epidemic threatening our nation. Dr. Harold H. Reed Jr. served as chairman of the Planning Committee for the a f f a i r , a n d committee members were Mrs. Dorothy McDaniel. Bob Crouch, and ' Jerry Mohelnitzky. Vows Exchanged In Saturday Rites Deborah Jane Keas and Frederick W. Koch Jr. were joined in marriage Saturday in rites at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac F. Keas. The groom is the son of Mrs. Frederick W. Koch Sr. of Baton Hougc, La. An open house, hosted by the bride's family, followed the morning ceremony. The couple will live in Dallas, where the groom, a graduate of Louisiana State University, is in the Southern M e t h o d i s t U n i v e r s i t y graduate program. The bride is an honor graduate of ihc University of Texas at Austin, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. MRS. KOCH I)flor;ih J a n c K c - a s 'K^tfMSe^^ THE MOST TREASURED /. v^Sf'-' I) from Barnett's Gifts from over ihc world, including China for your selection for the unusual, shop Bar- nett'j. J E V V E L f R S SINCE 191? CARRIAGE SQUARE "People, "Places by Ctrolyn Martlet The Parks and Kfcreatum Department in cooperation with the IfeuUMi Community Theater is still accepting students in tlte Creative Dramatics classes. These classes meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Firehouse Theater, 221 N. Elm. Children 6 years old through 11 years of age are invited to join. Jadie Mulvihill will teach the class. Anyone having questions may call her at 387-4747 or Anne Fincher at .382-5334 or the Firehouse.Theater, 382-7014. Carolyn Tk-henor, 1818 Concord, attained bridge life master rating, at the Houston Regional tournament held at the Shamrock Hotel. Her partner was .June Hopkins and they competed in the masters pairs event: Mr. and Mrs. David Baxter and family of Prosper visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Duyane Franklin in Arlington recently. Members of the Denton Classroom Teachers Association recently attended the Texas Classroom Teachers convention in Houston. Those attending were Joyce Saling, president of D.C.T.A,; Eula Mae Lyle, Patricia B r y a n , La Dell Thornton, Robbie Swafford. Anne Hall, and Jane Cole. Craig Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Parker, 2008 Cherrywood Lane, and a student at the Texas Woman's University Demonstration School, was the winner of the school spelling contest held recently. The second place winner was Mark French, son of, Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. French, 1820 Ruddell. Both boys are sixth grade students and will compete in the Denton County Spelling Contest on March 22. Winners of the Congress Junior High School Spelling Bee were Cmdy Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hoffman, first place; Myra Rkhart KM. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Richardson, second place; Raymtad Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gore, third place; Craig Thorn paw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thompson, fourth place; and Mike liarbeon, son of Mr and Mrs. C. H. Harbeson, fifth place. Cindy and Myra will both represent Congress at the County Spelling Bee. The Texas Agricultural Extension Service and the Denton 'City Parks and Recreation Department, are jointly .sponsoring Sew Fair: The program will be held March 7 at the Denton Civic Center Auditorium and is a cooperative effort between the Extension service and home sewing industries. The public is invited to attend the one-hour sessions -beginning at 9 a.m. with registration at 8:30 a.m. . Newly elected officers, of the newly organized Argyle Eagles Booster Club are Doug Morris, president; Chuck Greene, vice president; and Betty McMahan, secretary-treasurer. Peggy Rodgerson, an eighth grade student at the Argyle school, was named 1972-73 basketball queen. Willie Palados. a ninth grade student, was named king. Fifth and sixth grade basketball queen and king are Laura Creagh and Lance Erwin. Jan Harral was honored as football queen of the fifth and sixth grades. 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