Irving Daily News from Irving, Texas on November 28, 1979 · Page 13
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Tempo Wednesday. November 28. 1979 IRVINC DAILY NBWS Page 13 unt to perform ith symphony “An Evening of french Music” is planned for Saturday by the Irving Symphony Orchestra, and guest soloist with be Lamar Hunt Jr. The Symphony’s second concert of the season will begin at 7:30 p.m. at North Lake College performance hall, and will conclude in time for the Symphony League BeneHt Ball at 9 p.m. at Las Colinas Country Club. Music for the concert has been selected from French composers Darius Milhaud, Gabriel Faure, Jacques Ibert aand Maurice Ravel. Hunt will perform Ibert’s “Flute Concerto” and the orchestra will present “La Valse” by Ravel for the show’s high points. Hunt began his study of the flute with Mario Foster and continued with David Vorholt of the Dallas Symphony. Upon graduation from St. Mark’s School, he entered the College-Conservatory of Music at The University of Cincinnati. There he studied flute with Kyril Magg and chamber music with DeVere Moore. He has performed with the Pro-Musica Chamber Orchestra and The Cincinnati Wind Ensemble. In June of this year he received a bachelor of music degree at The University of Cincinnati. He is presently doing graduate work at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh where he studies flute with Bernard Goldberg. Meladie Mitchell receives honor LAMAR HUNT JR. Club Notes Meladie Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mitchell, was recently crowned 1980 Irving Miss Flame. She also received the Miss Congeniality award from othe Miss Flame contestants. Miss Mitchell is a senior at Nimitz High School. She received a $350 scholarship from' Lambda Pi Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha and the Irving Fire Department jointly. First runner-up was Sandra Bathe of MacArthur High School and second runner-up was Kathy Hill of Irving High School. MELADIE MITCHELL UPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at 8 p.m. today at 3821 Flamingo. Laurie Kee, executive secretary for Texas Kenworth, will be speaker for the cultural meeting and dinner. Plans will be flnalized for the “special Christmas” for the chapter’s adopted grandparents, Violet Cave and Houston Lockett, residents of Irving Mcmor Nursing Home. BRIDGEPLAYERS winners in recent play are Amelia Hannon, first; Alberta Lindsey, second; and Hulan McNallen, third. Slams were made by Marge Prawdzik and Elaine Vinson, Opal Gillespie and Donna Thomas, Marguerite Cofer and Idell Dunavin. Bridgeplayers play party bridge every Thursday at the Golden Triangle Bowl. Call 252-3847 or 252-1875 about the new winter tournament just forming. IRVING BOOK REVIEW CLUB will meet Dec. 3 at Irving Garden and Arts Center. The 10 a.m. social will be followed by a 10:30 a.m. business meeting and a 10:45 a.m. book review. Mrs. Mary Paul will review “The Madi­ sons” by Virginia Moore. Almarie Schepf is committee chairman, and hostesses will be Arie Walker, Marguerite Morgan, Edith Wyatt, Patsy Spencer, Martha George, Rubye Simmons, Betty Andrews, Lenora Brown, Rezina Senter, Kathryn Short, and Dorothy Fay Smith. IRVING ROTARY ANNS will meet Dec. 3 at 11:30 a.m. at the rickly Pear Restaurant or a general meeting id Christmas luncheon, servations should be ade by Thursday, and yone wishing to at- tend should call Mary Lief. ***** LADY LIONS met recently in the home of Mrs. John L. Beard. The group celebrated the Lady Lions anniversary with a program on the Heritage House. Past presidents were honored, and Mrs. Monroe Gill was special guest. The group will donate a basket of food to a needy family for Christmas, and fruit will be delivered with Meals on Wheels the week the Lady Lions deliver the meals. IRVING CARE CENTER Nursing Home at 619 N. Britain Road will have a party hosted by residents and auxiliary from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Friends and families are invited to attend. Entertainment will be provided by Bonnie Nation and her Fun-Tastic Swingers over-60 band. Volunteers are needed by Irving Care Center Auxiliary to help decorate the nursing home for Christmas. Decorating starts at 10:30 a.m. Dec. 4. Also, any items suitable for the holiday season will be accepted as donations. Anyone desiring to help, or anyone wanting more information on the auxiliary may call Mae Moulton, 579-1552 or Wanda Cunningham, 438-4161. IRVING NAVY MOTHERS CLUB will have a special meeting at the First Christian Church activities building at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The program, open to the public, will be entitled “A Christmas to Enjoy” and will be given by Diane Hervey. Ms. Hervey is a consumer information specialist with Lone Star Gas Company. IRVING LAUREL CHAPTER, American Business Women’s Association, will meet Dec. 3 at Wyatt’s Cafeteria. A money tree will be assembled at the meeting and a recipient selected. Guest speaker will be Dick Meehan of Dallas Power and Light. Ruth Metcalf, the chapter’s Woman of the Year alternate, reported to the group on her recent trip to the national convention in Minneapolis, Minn. IRVING COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AUXILIARY will sponsor a Home Show from 2 to 6 p.m. Dec. 9. Proceeds will go toward the auxiliary’s chapel and educational building funds. For a $2 donation, tour participants may view the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Kelly, 209 Tampico; Mr. and Mrs. R. Jefferson, 600 Balboa Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCombs Jr., 1139 N. Irving Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lamb, 1425 Broadmoor; and Mr.and Mrs. William Ammerman of 617 San Juan Court. IRVING CHAPTER, American Cancer Society, is sponsoring a> “Santa Calls” program this holiday season. For a donation of at least $1 per child, parents or grandparents can submit letters written by their children to Santa, and he will call them and chat for a few minutes. Letters and accompanying checks (made payable to the American Cancer Society) may be sent to “Santa Calls”, American Cancer Society, 1214 Croydon, Irving, Tx. 75062. For more information. ANNE MURCHISON REWARD Yourself - Convert your old diamonds (any size) or gold mountings that you have had laying around for years - ..for cash. Call 259-7515 DO YOU NEED A LAWYER? LEGAL SERVICES AT VERY REASONABUB PRICES k. Consultation only-No time Limit ........................................................ $15.00 2. Divorce Uncontested (Both Spouses Sign) ......................................$150.00 3. Adoption-Uncontested ..........................................................................$250.00 4. Bankruptcy-Nonbusiness. No contested proceedings, Individual . $300.00 Wife & Husband,...................................................................................$325.00 5. Change of name ................................................................................ $100.00 .6. Simple Will (One person) ...................................................................$30.00 . (Husbi^d & Wif^............................. .................................................$50.00 *7, PeiTOnal injury (Acipidei^t.cases) Fee Varies ............«from 25% to 33% <8, Incorporatioti - Ancles of Incorporation, only $150.00 'Comislete Incorporatioii'w ...................................................................’ $300.0() 9. Criminal case & worker's compensation handled 10. Juvenile Delinquency CONRAD HOYLE SOMMERS ATTORNEY & COUN3ELOR AT LAW DalluOffie*; 526-8070 Plano Office: “1® *”• 1400 Blvd. Suite 303 E ISlh St. Suite 260 Irviia, Tixas ■ Suite 205 Appointmenf &ch»dul«d Monday thru Saturday, Also Evaninft« call 252-6635. FOUR NEW OFFICERS were recently elected by» the Irving Aid, Inc. Board of Directors. Bill Britton will be the new president, with James Johnson serving as vice president. Beth Nickell has taken the position of secretary. The new treasurer for Irving Aid is Don McConaghie. Four new members were also elected to three-year terms. They include Roland Jeter, Reid Rector, Cynthia Faust, and David Shawver. ***** IRVING CHRISTIAN WOMEN’S CLUB will meet Dec. 5 at 11:30 a.m. at Las Colinas Country Club. Speaker will be Anne Murchison, author of “Milk for Babes: Using the Bible to Find the Answers to Life’s Questions.” Reservations must be made by Monday, Dec. 3 by calling 255-5852 or 259-5858. League recognizes Daily News staffer An Irving Daily News employee was recently honored by the Irving Symphony League with a plaque in recognition of her services to the Irving Symphony Orchestra. Virginia Singleton, classified advertising display manager, was presented with the award at a recent recep­ tion for committee chairmen of the Symphony League Benefit Ball. Ms. Singleton is chairman of advertising and promotion for the Irving Symphony Orchestra Association, and she designed the group’s new brochure and logo as well as working on the Irving Daily News Symphony Orchestra special section recently published. The newspaper donated half the revenue from sale of advertising for the special section to the symphony. Ms. Singleton also received a letter of appreciation from George Pepper, president of the Irving Symphony Association. Introduces Laimi Rumbin Make-up Artist-Nail Care Specialist • Facial Contouring • Eye Make-up Look • Skin Care Technique • Holiday Make-up Laimi Gail 255-1458 For Appointment Individual or Group Classes

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