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The Garland Daily News from Garland, Texas • Page 2

The Garland Daily News from Garland, Texas • Page 2

Garland, Texas
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Poge 2 GARLAND DAILY NEWS Friday, September 28, 1973 Regina DeBerry wed Rainbow ivill install to John Luckey here Mr. and Mrs. John Luckey are honeymooning in Jamaica following their wedding Sept. 22 in Freeman Heights Baptist Church with the Rev. James Cheatham officiating. Mrs. Luckey is the former Regina DeBerry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth DeBerry, 1465 Nash. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Harold Luckey of Rockdale. For the ceremony, the bride wore a white two-piece knit suit. She is a graduate of Garland High School and Dallas Tabulating Institute and is employed at Wymax Computer Service in Dallas. The bridegroom, a graduate of Trinity University and Rockdale High School, is employed with Texas Power and Light. The couple will be at home temporarily in Irving, after Club circuit which they will make Dallas their home. MRS. JOHN LUCKEY Phyllis Neihardt will be installed as worthy advisor of the Garland Assembly No. 220, Order of the Rainbow for Girls in an open installation at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at the Garland masonic Lodge No. 441. Phyllis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Neihardt. She has two brothers, Stewart, and Nelson, and attends Western Heights Christian Church. She has chosen as her theme for the term, and her colors of the rainbow will be accented with its first color of red. Carnations in that color will add to the installation centerpiece. Each officer will carry a red carnation to symbolize love. Officers to be installed with Phyllis include Charlean Wilson, worthy associate advisor; Carol Schmidt, charity; Bobbye Yearout, hope; Diana Bryan, faith; Debbie Haynes, recorder; Nita Richardson, treasurer; Tena Patterson, drill leader; Cissy King, love; Leslie Round, religion; Lisa Wilson, nature; Shelley Gibson, immortality; Sherry Cowardin, fidelity; Ki Wagner, patriotism; Debi Smith, service; Julianna Hogge, confidential observer; Suzanne Raggio, outer observer, and Deeann Quillin, choir director. The worthy advisor-elect has served as fideility, outer observer, service, confidential observer, faith, hope, charity and worthy associate advisor in her assembly sine her initiation into the Order of the Rainbow Aug. 24,1970. Phyllis has attended schools in two foreign countries, key and Panama, then in Florida and in Garland at Jackson Junior High School and is now a junior at North Garland High. Installing officer for the evening will be Leigh Rose Nance, installing worthy advisor; Debbie Haynes, installing Marshall; Suzie Schmidt, installing chaplain; Lynn Beckwith, installing recorder, and Tracey Waters, installing musician. Service awards will be presented by Mrs. Waters, mother advisor. Members of the board include Mrs. Waters, Jack Patterson, chairman of the board; Mrs. D. T. Dalton, secretary; Mrs. John Raggio, Mrs. Kirby Hogge, Mrs. Jimmie Sumners, Mrs. Charlie W. Wilson, New arrivals Raymond Jay Alan was born Aug. 23 at Memorial Hospital. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dodd, 1920 Kingsley. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mapes and Mrs. Frances Dodd, all of Garland; great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mott of Garland and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowan of Fort Worth and Mrs. Kerr of Troy, Ohio, is the great-great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Comer of Frisco announce the arrival of their first child. my Everett. Sept. 18 at Baylor Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds. Grandparents are Mrs. J. M. Land of Garland and S. 0. Comer of Dallas and Mrs. Bessie great-grandmother, of Garland. CI Beauty 2919 So. Fifth PHYLLIS NEIHARDT Mrs. Ray McElroy, Robert Strickland and Charlie Cloud. Plans for the next month include charity projects and socials during the holidays. HEATING AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Central Units, Residential Commercial- 24 Hr. Service All Brands HEATING AIR Co 272-3105 Newcomers to meet NEWCOMER CLUB of Garland will meet for coffee at the home of Mrs. Nancy Carlin, 317 Birchwood at 10 a.m., Tuesday. Visitors are welcome, according to Mrs. Linda Tarvin, publicity chairman. Membership is open to anyone who has lived in Garland two years or less. For more information, call Mrs. Carlin at 270-2265 or Mrs. Virginia Dumas at 2789081. The club hosted a couples night out at TGI Friday's recently and plans a Sunday brunch at Country Dinner Playhouse. GLADYS OWENS was selected to be Garland charter Charter chapter of American Business Women's Association representative to the Garland Business and Professional Tea to celebrate National Business Week Oct. 21-27. She was nominated for outstanding working woman. The chapter met at Eatern Hills Country Club. Miss Marilyn Wyrick, home economist for the City of Garland, gave tips on how to save money when buying, storing and freezing meats, dairy products, fresh vegetables and Phebian class meets Mrs. Ernestine Nickens, 301 W. Ave. was hostess for Phebian Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church Monday. Mrs. Leona Ethridge was co-hostess. New officers recognized included the following. Mrs. Joe Reed. Mrs. Max Mrs. Ernest Russell and Mrs. Reyford Beckham, outreach leaders; Mrs. Cecil Routh, secretary; Mrs. J. M. Johnson, assistant secretary; Mrs. W. R. Steel, sunshine chairman; Mrs. Corine Campbell, Mrs. Grace Thomas, Mrs. Joe Thurman, Mrs. L. W. Kelly, Mrs. William Cox, Mrs. O. D. Webb. Mrs. L. M. Harris, Mrs. Doris Hunt, and Mrs. Ossie Bell Lee, group captains. Mrs. Fred Thomas, class teacher, gave the prayer. Mrs. Bill Barksdale, a visitor, gave the devotion, Message for Our from Psalms. Refreshments of strawberry cake, mixed nuts, coffee and punch were served. GARLAND MEDICAL CENTER Announces the Association of W. M. KASSAB, M.D. Infants, By Appointment 278-1541 Miller at Shiloh fruits and presented members a book of her favorite recipes after the slide presentation. A short business meeting was held to elect a nominating committee for officers for the club year beginnin beginning in October. The traditional candlelight ceremony was held to initiate two new members. They are Dorothy Sutton sponsored by Dixie Orten and Barbara Foerch sponsored by Barbara Hazlewood. Twenty members attended. LOST FOUND Have you lost or found an animal? Use your Garland Humane Society for this service. They may be able to help you. 271-4014 OFF ALL PANTS ONE DAY SATURDAY SEPT. 29 AT BOTH LOCATIONS Charm Shoppe 1560 N.W. 221 Walnut Highway Plaza Saturn A NWH. Walnut Jupiter 270-4842 276-5576 Open 10-8 Open 10-6 omplete BEAUTY COURSE In The Exciting WORLD OF BEAUTY THE COMPLETE BEAUTY tft (JOl COURSE PLUS 300 HOURS TT MANAGEMENT TRAINING THE CAREER THAT HAS NO UNEMPLOYMENT! CALL TODAY FOR FREE INFORMATION 276-858; 10 SCHOOLS IN THE DALLAS AREA beauty Schools, Inc. ENROLL IQPATl See And Hear World Champion Bullwhip Artist LaRue Hear this famous star of western films tell how his life was changed by Jesus Christ. See him illustrate the Gospel with his world famous whip. will present a bullwhip to the boy bringing the most visitors, and a cowgirl hat to the girl bringing the most visitors. 9:45 a.m. Sept. 30 Jupiter Road Baptist Church (Between Buckingham Belt Line Road) on Passbook Savings plus all the comforts of Home. Offering a guaranteed Passbook Savings Account of the highest rate federal regulations allow, is one way the new folks at Home can say to its depositors, both old and introducing a new group of services called the comforts of is another. Services geared toward making saving at Home the friendly, pleasant transaction it ought to be. Please read the following schedule for Passbook Savings and Certificates of Deposit information and then give us a call or stop by. be more than glad to help you choose the savings plan best suited to your needs. PASSBOOK SAVINGS ACCOUNTS (Deposit Withdrawal options anytime) CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 4-year minimum 4-year minimum 30-month minimum 2-year minimum 1-year minimum 90-day minimum MINIMUM DEPOSIT NO MINIMUM 1,000 no minimum $5,000 $5,000 1,000 1,000 ANNUAL INTEREST RATE 61 2 Regulations require substantial forfeiture of interest on early withdrawal of Certificates of Deposit. Passbook Savings Accounts are exempt from withdrawal regulations. So, visit the new Home Savings Association and we think agree-when it comes to savings and services- no place like HOME SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 800 W. Garland Ave. Branch Office: Centerville Rd. St. Member FHLB. Insured by FSLIC. A subsidiary of Hinton Mortgage and Investment Company, serving the Dallas area since 1950.

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