Clipped From The Irving Daily News Texan
Sunday, Vnril H, |96i DAILY Ni. VV.S TLX AN írving, Texas I age 5 64 li vino; mû “ r Make National Honor Body Sixty-four Ir .rt High School students recently were initiated into the National Honor Society. In order u :e eligible for membership, students must be in the upper five to ten per cent academically. Qualifications for membership include outstanding service, leadership, and character a- well as hughacade • - ic achievement, accor :;r to Ed Williams, Principal. An average grade of 90 must be maintained by members throughout the sophomore, junior and senior years. Services of the organization are their main function, and these cover a wide fiel ranging from hosting school functions to publishing a terary magazine compile- outstanding work of the entire student body, Williams sail One of the outstanding an rewarding services render© by National Honor Society students is the tutoring service. This service is available to any high school student who needs and desires ai : in any subject offered at high school. Seven officers of the Irving High School Chapter of NHS were recently elected and include Jim Mauldin, Pres. o t; 7n r \ f u (TH/TVS Matthew Tyrone Morse arrived on April 1st ar. Methodist Hospital in Dal a*. The young gentleman we. died 9 pounds and 9 ounces at birth. New parents are Mr, and Mrs. Tracy Morse of 1206 Luzon. Marcia McGee, Vice President; Biilye Mathis, secre tare; Martha Greer, Treasurer; Jim Simrmns,Parliamen- tar an; \nn Head stream, H. -t r.an; an ’ Susan Nelson, Reporter. Members recently initiate ; include the following: David I urd, John Barton, Edward ! ¡shop, Betry-Bolling, Medra Braddell, James Bn. ck, Dcnna cue Burkett, John Calhoun, Ann Carpenter, Sheri < oper, Sharilyn Cos, sette, 1 n ia Sue lox, Paul .»arden, Karen Donnelly, Rebeca ! cert, Francis Lynn Elkins, and Rupert Lmison. Peggy FCtz, Sandra Gee, Pat Hardin, Phil Harris, Ed- wai 1 Heir n, Dianne Highfill, Anne Hodge, Linda Houseworth, Pat Hunt, Robert Hutchinson, William Jordon, Mary Beth Kendrick, Gerald Ki nes, jean Mane Larson, and joe Liggett. A:so ■■ athy Lmdman, Harol i Loveday, Joe Martin, Martha Marvin, Rebecca Sue Miller, Roberta Ann Moore, Bill Morton, Felicia Moser, Mary Alice Muelschen, Nancy Mc- v u!lough , James McFntire, Betty JaneNelle, Ellen Oliver, Sherry Patterson and Helen Marie Pierce. Also Geraldine Pohl, Billy Rickett, Mike Ryan, Peggy sassman, Marzaret Shea.Gail Shipp, Claudia Marie Sirkel, Sally Threadgill, Margaret Ann Upton, Jan Wallace,Mary Ann Weddle, Charlotte Wheat, Pam Withers, Earl Yates, Kenneth Young, and Pat Dickerson. Funeral Directors 102 \ — A * % li We wish '• express our heartfelt thanks & appreciation to our many friends & neighbors for c pening their hearts \ hemes to us iuring the passing of our beloved Chester L. Kinsey. The beautiful flora! offering, your kindness, i your friendship will fore’.eb be treasured. The Kinsey Family Personal Notices 106 SUMMLR CAMPS CAMP LANGSTON For Boys \nd Girls Open June 10 th Write f ur Inforr nation 3700 Om st., Dallas TA I-OS 11 Lost <5. Found 107 L «T - Black and \Mdte5ha: tyOog. Str - v ed ■ r : Htrc? Park Area. Re -ar , "6E Pine St., 1 2-638«. -tf-J J J J . . J . , wwwwi Doqs. Pets, Poultry 109 Lest Male Siamese,T.nker," Vicinity of Ridgecrest. Reward. •BL5-3231, Livestock 110 3-year-cid s rrel horse v sadd'e, gelding, '22' RL5-2282 Autos For Sale 201 Found: Male Pekingnese, red, no tags, pay for ad. Call BL3-2246. L st: Miniature black male po die, vicinity Forest Park Estate. Reward. BL3-4992, Mrs. Keasier. If any ne found or purchased since last October a 3-year-old pekingnese, white i.-reast, white tab, :arx s we r - >reu back, “Tags,*' I IM MAULDIN ¡ Grand Prairie i's net, ar AN2-5690, For bale 1456 Thunuerbird with 1962 license plates. Extra clear., s hd white. Continental kit, wire hub caps, f .x., P. P., Fire st re *500" ww tires. Like new. Automatic tran.s This car has not been hor-rodded. CR 5-2062 *49 xtudebaker, excellent no-tor, e ■ pai-t, •' F re-, r/h, M20 Í617 Del rancho $75 equa s assume pay ent* on 1961 Falcon Equipped 101 eneine. BL5-5049, ' to 8 p.m. nly 1954 i ri, 6 evi , standard shift, overdrive, r h, good tires, -motor rebuilt, PL3-200"