This Week in Wills Point History Friday, September 29, 1961

The Wills Point Home Economics Department held its installation service on September 19 with the parents of the girls invited. The following officers were installed: Sarah Flowers, president; Linda Vaughn, first vice president; Lynn Ezell, second vice-president; Molly Lu Castleberry, third vice-president; Molly Mayfield, fourth vice-president; Louise Gilbert, public relations; Sue Goode, secretary; Sue Bronson, treasurer; Kay Dawson, sergeant at-arms; Linda Sherwood, parliamentarian; Gail Hodge, student council representative; and Linda Langston, historian. (See newspaper for complete article.)

An open football date tonight will give Coach Buster Johnson the extra time he needs to re-group the forces and re-build the Tiger eleven, he feels.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kinney returned Sunday from a four-day trip to Las Vegas, Nevada. They left Dallas by plane on Sept. 21 and returned on Sept. 24. The trip was awarded Mr. Kinney, bookkeeper for Murrey Motors, because of the company’s excellent sales record.

Wynona Scott, Glenda Roberts, Nell McFarland and Jeanette Hoskins are attending Henderson County Junior College and are members of the Cadette drill team.

Jerry Hollister of the Wills Point F.F.A. chapter was elected vice president of the Mineola district Tuesday at a meeting held in Grand Saline. Other officers elected were: Bobby Thompson of Van president, Charles Pate of Chapel Hill, secretary; Gerald Porter of Rains, treasurer; Tommy Martin of Grand Saline reporter; and James Hall of Edgewood, sentinel. C.J. Atkins of Van will serve as district advisor.

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