R. I. McArron of Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce
t t ' | as Del Rio and Post and as near ! as Eastland, Ranger and Cisco, |ho added. I The camp will open Sunday [with registration from 1 to 5 p.m. (A highlight of the camp will be a jtwirlinp exhibition Thursday j night. May 31, at the college football football field. There will be no admission admission charges. j The Thursday night show will i feature the camp instructors, who include some of the state and na- jtion's finest, Ritchie said. The [program will include a fire baton lexhibition by Roland Brinkley of ] Houston, one of the best fire twiriers in the world, according to Ritchie. The staff includes Brinkley as the head instructor: Jane Hamilton. Hamilton. Houston; Bob Wasson. Sam Houston State College, Huntsville; Mrs. Shirley Hagan, McAllen: JMiss Jackie Marshall, TCU, Fort I Worth; and Ritchie, director of the Cisco High School band. Assistants Assistants will include Carolyn Brown, a CJC drum major from Fort Worth, and Saudi Hallbrooks, Ranger. The program for the five - day school will include twirling, marching, and drum majoring, along with recreation at Lake Cisco pool. Youngsters nine years old and older are eligible. CHAMBER LEADERS — Heading the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce, which is having one of its busiest busiest years in history- are president, R. I. McArron, seated, seated, and James Hestand, recently named executive secretary. secretary. (Staff Photo) Volunteers Gain Impetus For Breckenridge Chamber BRKCKENRI11GE — "We have Creek Lake. Construction on theiarea. hrce times as many active work- big project, just to the north and> The survey explores, a number ers now as we did a year ago." west of Rrcckenridge, is in itsjof areas and asks several blunt R. I. McArron, president of the final stages. (questions - such as "Why do Jgl Breckenridge Chamber of Com-, The Breckenridge chamber, believe most people go^to otMt merce, explains the growing vig-;working with Anson, Abilene andlcities to shop?" and "What iste I be- eials here are handling much of'pne of several "good industrial work for the coming year. " liove this is the first concrete pro- the detail work. gram of work our Chamber of prospects." and work toward „.. ................... _ ....... ... .. Although all four cities involved | curing a livestock market fof Commerce has ever had," McAr- will receive water benefits from i Breckenridge. ron S nid iihe new lake, this Stephens! The organization sponsors an Organization of the program in- County town , is expected to reap, annual July 4 program at Miller eludes a vice president heading ; most of the tourist attraction ben-jPark, which may attract up to efit eludes each major division. They include AT. M. Maehen, efits. Take Advantage . r , ,' , ,.. • j »u include a bathing review and pin- I nvy inv-iuut: in, m. i'invin.i'i , -«•-.., ...,-—...—„.. membership membership and organizational Chamber committees are alrea- cr traditional summer activities. affairs: Russell Payne, agricultur- dy at work on plans to help this Also sponsored annually is a al affairs; T C. Kelley, civic at- community take advantage of this 4-H and FFA stock show in Janu- fnirs- Frank Hommo, commercial new vacation resource. |Ki-y, "ml a Jui"" 1 w*^ sn " w ™ Another key C-C project which! rodeo held each August by in» could have deep effect on the.Stephens County Rodeo Asso* affairs; W. W. Rogers and A. II. Miller, industrial affairs. 0, A. Gillmorc is treasurer and town's future is a community sur- budget and finance chairman, Look to l.akf Chamber officials here arc looking looking with anticipation toward (Wi- vcy, which has already been completed. completed. Results are being com piled, although answers may be official, _has fc^J^^** slow in coming because of heavy ' "" " "" Ll ~ ...... . cMk« Mid epenini rf HuMwnl p»rt(clp^tan by iwMtnts «f Uili tar ation. J»me» C. Hestand, former AM. ten* Home Builders retary of the Breekenrtdgjefl tar tt CMOTMCW *w »».