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Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas • Page 94

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Sunday. Augusf CO II 0 New Course Includes Jobs A new course at Dcnton High one year of shorthand and-or School this fall will give stu- one year ot bookkeeping. SECTION EIGHT PAGE NINE dents an opportunity to spend time in the business world and larjps the classroom at the same lime. Students can train as secre- stenographers, typists, i bookkeepers, cashiers, general It is vocational office cduca- lion, designed for senior clerks insurance clerks, dents in business education.payroll clerks, file clerks, H- whose curriculum combines assistants, receptionists, Here's How On Utilities If you're moving to Denton you may need to apply for utilities for your house or apartment. Here how.

TELEPHONE Apply at the telephone business office at 100 W. Oak St. on the norlh side of the courthouse square. If you're under 21 years of age you'll need an adult (parent, guardian or friend over 21) to sign the contract for you. ink (raminrr u-ith JUOSl SlUdeniS are CnargeQ eS cassroom data CeSSlng macl nc opcra $20 deposit before telephone reiatea uassroom in i a simulated laboratory.

rs and otiiers. Most students are charged a is installed. General Telephone which runs class is onen to anv sc- sludents rollcd VOE a -j local system has been cx- cass onen nv sc- nioi 1 6 i who has earn- i laborator class one hour panding its system and you will moi, 16 or older, who has cam GETTING READY FOR CLASSES AT DHS Maintenance crewmen wash the front windows at Denton High School in preparation for the opening of school on Sept. 6. Improvements have been underway at DHS all summer in anticipation of a record enrollment of 1,200 students.

Denton High also starts the year with a new principal, Clifton McNeely, former All-America basketball player, who has been principal of Bridgeport High School. What To Do In Denton? There's Bowling, You say you got these clubs for a graduation golf, Students and faculty at TWU has iwo, behind the school gift can golf free while everyone)building on Fulton Street, and ed one credit in typing. For a student to train in steno- additional jn classes, on graduation requirements. depending yo wish. or bookkeeping occupa tion, he must have Tnr ec hours a day or more are spent in an approved training station, which is the business which employs the student.

Students earn two credits on completion of 175 hours of classroom instruction and 525 hours of work experience. One credit is given lor the VOE class and one for the one-the-job training. Students will be employed at Tech Slated To Install President LUBBOCK Dr. Carey Croneis, chancellor ot Rice University, will deliver the principal address at the Nov. 1 inaugural ceremonies of Dr.

Grover E. Murray as Texas Tech's eighth coordinator of the new program. Employers interested in participating in the program or the prevailing wage rate for beginners. Firms under the Interstate Commerce regulations may acquire a learner's permit allowing a reduction of the $1.25 ELECTRICITY. A SEWAGE A A A PICKUP-Thc City of Dcnton provides all of Ihcse.

You apply at the Municipal Building, 221 N. Elm. Deposit of $25 is required. NATURAL GAS-Lone Star Gas Co. is the place to apply.

Their offices are at 319 W. Oak. They usually want a $10 deposit. Boat Ramps Planned AUSTIN (API--Two new boat per hour minimum wage. ramps will be built in state Mrs.

Bill Hudson is teacher- Department. president, Dean Gerald W. Thomas, Chairman of the committee planning the inauguration announced Wednesday. Dr. Murray, currently Vice President for Academic Affairs for the Louisiana State Unirer- sity System, will assume his duties at Tech on Sept.

1 with his inauguration to be preceded by a symposium on arid and semiarid lands on Oct. 3031. Dean Thomas made the an-! nouncement Wednesday at a re- port meeting of the various committees. Tech Academic vice president Dr. W.

M. Pcarce will preside at the two-hour inaugural ceremonies beginning at The parks department announced by the State Highway i $241,832 allocated for ramps in student's interested in more State Park and Meridi- formation may call her. Ian State Park. from high school and now you.else pays 75 cents on are two tennis courts in 9 a Tuesday (Xov. 1) in the think Arnold Palmer is a duf- and $1.25 on weekends Civic Center Park andiLubbock Municipal Coliseum.

fer compared to yours truly? Both courses Or perhaps you're so strong clubs, you bowl overhand and The Denton County Club has rent two at Fred Moore Park. For those of you who but find those long Tech Student Body President likelBill Bueck of Midla'nd, Ex-Stu- air- to keep up your game until a nine-hole course south of Den-! ways a bore and besides every you get through with this col- members and their lime ou swin your driver ou Hiri tnnnv.hnn. Ul uesls whilc there is an 18 rnTM CQUrse a Garza-Little Elm Reservoir Park. If the cry, "Tennis anyone" start taking the prizes from Dick Weber. Well cool it baby.

"Little Denton in case you didn't know -take care of your needs. If your such a that small boats are swamped shower dirt on your tenny-hop- pers, Denton has three miniature golf courses. finds can you rackets vou'll getting find the six courts in I behind Ihe men's gym and five I i I i i I nrp Kendall Hall at NTSU. when you flash bv and SjTM" has ve a1 a 6 Mary rocks "uneasily. lhprei Ave Denton "'g Sc 00 I OIlllS are pools at North a and Texas Woman's University for you not to mention -wj -r City of Demon's pool, Happy LUC was by enough to host a state! championship swimming meet! BUCKEYE, Ariz.

(AP) -this summer. Nancy Martin observed '9 months of the year. dents Association President Don Anderson of Crosbyton and a member of Tech's Faculty Committee will present greetings. Dr. John Gray of Beaumont.

The Oak Grove course is in I Chairman of the Coordinating the 2700 block of North Elm, Board, Texas College and Uni- the Knobby Knolls course is System, will introduce 2000 Fort Worth Drive and Croneis. Tee-Off is at 320 Stemmonsj Dr. Pcarce will present Dr. Drive. Murray for induction and the Two large lakes Board Chairman will per- Little Elm Reservoir on Inter- form the installation, state 35E.

13 miles south of! Tech's Music Department will in the southwest part of musical selections, county offer Outstanding experts in their fishing, boating, skiing and oth-i fields are expected to parti- er water sports, Denton weather jcipate in the symposium on arid permits use of the lakes semiarid lands which will explore the various aspects of Let's go back to pitching and.f, er putting. Both NTSU and TWU' offer golf courses for your birthday with these "You want a happy life? Then If you're a SCUBA (that's self contained underwater breathing apparatus) diver, might we suggest Lake Murray, the arid and semiarid regions of the world. Attention Students COME BY BOYD PAINT CENTER AND GET YOUR DISCOUNT CARD THIS CARD GOOD FOR DISCOUNT ON ALL ART SUPPLIES BOYD PAINT CENTER DENTON CENTER Signed WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF ART SUPPLIES BY: GRUMBACHER CRAFTINE NEW MASTERS HYPRIER BOYD PAINT CENTER SH GREEN STAMPS PRESTO CHARGE DENTON CENTER pleasure. Both stay open year ou wa round and stay in use except mind our own business. some 70 miles north i nter during the infrequent times "I live alone and like it.

Af-! a te 35 in Oklahoma, which when they're covered with snow, ter outliving three about the clearest wa- Students or faculty members to do things when andjters in these here parts, from NTSU can golf for For the hunter, Denton cents on weekdays and for 50, 'abounds in dove and quail with cents on weekends and holidays. I can understand why they duck i luntin g. Fin ding If you wish, you can buy a don't let a person make their a ac to hunt can sometimes ticket for $2 which entitles you own whisky." to one month's golf. For the non-student, NTSU green fees on weekdays are 75 I be a problem but usually if the ihunter seeks out the owner of Motorists in a hurry can go to. land he can get permission.

church nowadays, get a hair- And if none of these things cents, $1.50 on Saturday pay their taxes, post their happen to interest you there is: Sunday and a monthly ticket is mail and even gel married a good beer and barbecue $6. without leaving the car. '36 miles north in Lindsey. tO SCHOOl ACROSS FROM DENTON CENTER St. Barnabas Episcopal Church WELCOMES STUDENTS and FACULTY TO DENTON WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE ST.

BARNABAS YOUR CHURCH HOME IN DENTON SUNDAY SERVICES: 7:45 i.m. Morning Prayer 8 00 a.m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. Sung Eucharist and larmon Church School meets during 10 o'clock Eucharist and sermon 5:30 p.m. Evensong (First Sunday of of each month, followed by a parish supper).

WEEKDAY SERVICES: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays: Morning Prayer a.m. Holy Communion 7:00 a.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; Morning Prayer 9:15 a.m. Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Evening Holy Eurcharlst on Holy Days at 6p.m.

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church THE REVEREND EMETT M. WAITS, B.D., S.T.M., Rector 1200 NORTH HIM STREET TELEPHONE 382-2748 FACULTY A HEARTY WELCOME BACK-TO-DENTON Each member of the Denton Association of Independent Insurance Agents takes this opportunity to welcoms you per- tonally. 1 ependem AGENT W. E.

(Billy) lonford injurants Taxas Bldg. Ph. 382-5523 McClurkan-Wheeler Insurance Agency 221 W. Hickory Ph. 387-4355 Stockmd Insurance Agency 200 E.

Oak 362-6080 C. E. Miller Insurance Agency McCrary Bldg. Ph. 382-2215 Alden C.

Miller, Jr. Henry Thompson Insurance Agency First State Bank Bldg. 382-3414 Allie I. Miller Insurance 329 University Drive Ph. 382-8485 BW Insurants Agency Sunset Bldg.

Beaumont Street R. 1. NANKINS Bltt McRAE Res. Ph. Res.

Ph. 387-3972 382-3425 Business Ph. 387-2719 The Neblett Agency 109 E. Oik Ph. 3B2-4189 Fred Dendy, Insurance McClurkan Bldg.

Ph. 382-4421 The Kim-Rea Agency Insurance Counselors Texas Bldg. 205 N. locust St. Ph.

387-3808 Ewing Insurance Agency First State Bank Annex Ph. 382-2715 Ramey King Insurance First State Bank Bldg. 3829691.

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