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Irving, Texas
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Mystery still cloaks disappearance of trio Area police are continuing their investigation into the disappearance of three Fort Worth Girls last December 23. A reward fund has been increased to $3400 for information leading to the return or whereabouts of the girls. Mary Rachel (Arnold) Trlica, 17; Lisa Renee son, 14 and Julie Ann Mosley, 9-years-old, were last seen at Seminary South Shopping Center in Fort Worth two days before Christmas. They were seen by several persons inside the shopping center but the girls never returned to their car in the parking lot. someone could just MARY RACHEL (ARNOLD) TRLICA LISA RENEE WILSON JULIE ANN MOSLEY watercolor YMCA adds 2 classes to adult winter program Irving YMCA will offer two new eight-week adult classes in its winter program watercolor painting and The watercolor painting class, beginning today will PTA calendar MONDAY, FE6.

10 MacARTHUR HIGH School PTA will have its Founders Day program at 7:30 p.m. Drama students will present MacArthur history. IRVING HIGH School PTA meets at 7:30 m. A Founders Day program is planned. NIMITZ HIGH School meets at 7:30 p.m.

be taught by Mrs. Elisabeth Shannon, a member of the Southwest Watercolor Society and the Irving Art Association. The class will meet 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and will cover the use of traditional transparent watercolor painting techniques using acrylic paints on paper. Mrs.

Shannon has studied with such noted watercolor painters as Edgar A. Whitney, Electra Malone, Naomi Brotherton and A1 Broiiilette, and her paintings have been entered in Dallas area shows for 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., will cover basic knots and techniques in an ancient art that has a distinctive place decorating. in YMCA officials say. Mrs. Sylvia Fisher, the instructor, studied the art under Evelyn Stiles Stewart, the author of Right Way Randi Mrs.

many years. The class, which begins Wednesday and is scheduled between to Mrs. Buch will assist Fisher. Tuition for the watercolor class is $20 plus supplies and the charge for the course is $8 plus supplies. Supply lists and further information is available at the YMCA office at 2200 W.

Irving Blvd. or by calling 254-0144. TUESDAY, FEB. 11 LEE BRITAIN Elementary School PTA meets at 7:30 p.m., and a Founders Day program is planned. ELLIOT Elementary School PTA meets at 7:30 Irvingite cited at Louisiana p.m.

PAUL KEYES Elementary School PTA meets at 7:30 p.m. HANES Elementary School PTA executive board meets at 9 a.m. at the school. Steven F. Beeson of Irving has been awarded an academic achievement award from the ROTC program at Northeast Louisiana University, according to Lt.

Col. John P. Baker, head of the military science department. Beeson and 21 other cadets received the award for the top 10 per cent of their military science class during the fall semester. The 21-year-old son of Mr.

and Mrs. Floyd Beeson, 2003 Finley Road, was awarded an ROTC scholarship after participating in the ROTC program for two years at Henderson State College in Arkadelphia, Ark. maintaining a position in YOU CANT DO BETTER ANYWHERE 8 Savings Certificates 1-year certificates earn (effective rate Deposits of minimum balance Minimum term of 1 year. Dividends paid guarlerly, compounded continuously. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal Home Office 211 W.

Airport Frwy 2S2-8686 Tving ravings Branch Offices 3003 W. Bettiine W. Irving Blvd. STEVEN F. BEESON ROTC honors jQ HOME MADE BREAD U.

LOAF IV-W CAKES 1.29 COOKIES a FRESH EGGS doz. 254-9283 330 SO. BELTLINE RD. J5 236 (1 Slock S. Rook Island Railroad) Irvingite to attend Monday, February 10, 1975 IRVING DAILY NEWS 5 remember seeing the girls or talking to them on that day, it could possibly give us some said a friend near the family.

knowing anything at all can call the Fort Worth Police bureau and information will be kept confidential. Friday meet Elaine Free, Irving Independent School District homemaking supervisor, will attend the mid-winter meeting of the North Texas Chapter of Electrical Round Table, according to school officials. The purpose of the national organization is to find better ways to use electricity and appliances and to inform the homemaker and consumer, they said. The mid-winter conference will be conducted at Marquis Hall on the campus of North Texas State University, officials stated. Topics that will be discussed during the business meeting scheduled during a noon luncheon include the election of new officers, selection of the scholarship recipient and finalizing plans for the two day state wide workshop scheduled March 20-21 in Dallas, said officials.

IRVING NUTRITION KIDS Students from Schulze Elementary School sing songs written about nutrition by their music teacher, Margaret Gooding, at the nutrition education seminar Friday at Irving High School. The Daily News Photo by VICKI CNUSE one-day seminar, that attracted some 1,500 persons from across the nation, was termed as one of the largest nutrition workshops ever held in the United States. Menominee Indians once controlled around 9.5 million acres of Wisconsin, National Geographic says. Subscribe To The Irving Daily News SHADY GROVE FEED SEED Baby Chicks Special Priced 6c to 45c ea. 1403 E.

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