Mark Arner in 6th gr in San Antonio, TX in 1959
daytime on the actor coincidental." her , she, of of enjoys the be the race by Kelly Printing Co., a national c o n c e r n , in Long Beach, CaJif. The race which is open to all \vomen licensed pilots will begin July 4, fiom Lawrence, Mass., and end July 8 In Spokane, Wash. The race Is a handicap race. In other words, women pilots will be flying planes from 85 to 350 horsepower. Biit.'the winner is judged by the time flown under the handicap.-. For one c flying under a handicap of 100 " and averaging 110, then the 110- score is what will be judged in the race. The girls are even | clocked on their ground time' and must punch in and out of airports' when stopping for gas. Although the race is usually entered by about 50 planes, the last communication Mrs. Burke had gave the appiwumate number of entries as 70, and her number is fit. Riding in the plane with Mrs. Burke will be Evelyn Kelly of Long Beach, who holds a student license. Mrs. Burke is the Only woman entering from this-area. We join her fellow 99'ers of San Antonio Unit, Texas Chapter of tliis women's flying club In wishing for Marian nothing less than a first place trophy! *** Daughters of U.S. Army, Fort Sam Houston Chapter, annually present a $50 Savings Bond to the 6th grade graduate with the highest average from Fort Sam Houston ^Elementary r School. This year the^pnd was presented -.to Mark Arner, sop of Sgt. and Mrs. Hiram A. Arner. Other ( actlvlt!es of the Chapter inglude volunte Â· work at the Robert''B, Green Hospital and sponsorship of the Junior Auxiliary of the Junior Army Daughters niade up of 1 girls ranging in age froro'-lS to^2l who are daughters 'and graijd- daughfers of Army pfficers. The faU'conferenc4 of District Four, Railroad Business Women's Assn. will'be held in the Hilton Hotel on Oct 24 and District four is 'made up 12 chapters from seven states. San Antonio Chapter will be the hostess chapter. W'ESLEYAN GUILD Mrs. Fred Griggs is the resident of the Wesleyan Serv ice , Guilds Laurel Heights odist Church and was installs recently by Mrs. H. C. Nelson. Serving with her are Mrs. Mclntyre, vice president; Mn Marjorie Long, secretary; Mfi Sara Ives, treasurer, and Mr D.' R. Moody, secretary of tiOn. Committee chairmen iriclud Mmes. I. G. Sieman, G. B. Brien, A. M. Echols, Bertha son, I. W. Bynum and Misses Foster, Coye Lee Barrier, Flo ence Crowell and Margaret rum.