April 19-22, 1960 General manager Korky Steffens outlined plans for the 1960 show as directors of the July Jubilee were elected Monday afternoon. The Jubilee will run three days this year, on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 2, 3 and 4. A contest to pick “Miss Heart O’ Texas” however, opens the celebration on Friday night, July 1, being staged again in Bulldog Stadium. Re-elected as directors were G.R. White, Richard Moseley, Fred Hall, Parker Pumphrey, Hicks Campbell, John Sorell, L.J. Townsend, J.D. Morrow, Jimmy Cusenbary, Jack Deaton, Jim Harkrider, Bill Jordan and Jack Wootan. New directors added to the board were Mayor R.M. Priesmeyer, Hubert Moseley, George Dutton, Frank Corder, T. Wood and Gerald Huffman. Mr. White was renamed president of the board: Richard Moseley, vice president; Sorell, secretary; and Charley Darley, treasurer. “Gerald Huffman is working on the parade, and the float will be ready to go Saturday night in San Antonio at the Fiesta Flambeau,” Steffens said. “We think the float will be prettier than last year. It’s the best advertising we could have.” The Big D Jamboree is being brought back this year for a show in the stadium on Saturday night, July 2, and Jack Reams and his combo of Waco, “the biggest little band in the world,” will play for the races and for dances at the Country Club and the armory. “The stock show is really going to town. We’ll have to enlarge the barn at Richards Park,” Steffens said. Two extensions will be built on the north side of the barn. * * * Tetens heads reactivated VFW Post Ernst Tetens was elected post commander Friday night as the L.W. Kirk Post 3377 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars was reactivated here. District Commander Harold J. Krauter of Comfort presided for the election of officers and introduced State Service Officer Billie L. Dorris of San Antonio and other guests from the Comfort, Mason and Brownwood posts. Other officers of the post are: Terry Lane, senior vice commander; Homer Lee, junior vice commander; Joe T. Ogden, quarter master; Buddy Samuelson, post advocate; W.D. Vick, chaplain; Ernest Barker, surgeon; and the following post trustees: Walter Gray, three years; John Guice, two years; and Milton Gainer, one year. Tetens appointed Samuelson as post adjutant, and John Roles and Joe Ogden, alternate, were elected as delegates to the district convention in Comfort on May 1. Cyrus Horne, from the Lubbock post, was present and invited the Brady members to visit the Lubbock post. The veterans met at the McCulloch County Electric Co-op building, and on invitation of Co-op manager B.C. Broad, they voted to meet there again May 24, at 7:30 p.m. * * * New auto store opens May 1 in Myers building A building on the southeast corner of the square is being remodeled for a new White’s Auto Store. The building is owned by Mrs. W.I. Myers of Fort Worth, and formerly was occupied by Wilensky’s department store. The new auto store will be owned and operated by J.D. Black who is moving here from Denver City. He expects to open May 1 coming here Saturday to start setting fixtures. The building is being remodeled inside and out, with a new floor, textone walls, new lighting fixtures and a 9-foot back door for battery and tire service. The front will be repainted and the awning repaired. * * * Melvin News At the April meeting of the Melvin School Board, 10 faculty members were re-elected to serve for 1960-1961. Paul Huntington was re-elected high school principal and Orvell T. Wells elementary principal. Other members named at this time included Mrs. Paul Huntington, homemaking, Charles Seydler, mathematics and coach; Mrs. Howard Parks, English and typing; T. Wood, vocational agriculture; Mrs. Clifton Fowler, Mrs. Orvell T. Wells, Mrs. D.C. Middleton and Mrs. E.A. Taylor. * * * PERSONAL MENTIONS Home from Arizona Mrs. G.A. Crawford returned home Thursday from Tueson, Ariz., where she has been for the past six weeks caring for a new grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pettingill. Mrs. Pettingill is the former Lila Crawford of Brady. * * * Attends medical convention dr. B.A. Hallum attended the State Medical Convention in Fort Worth last week. * * * Visit in Slaton Mrs. Tom Lowe and children, Tommye and Larry spent Easter as the guests of their daughter and sister respectively, Mrs. Daniel Jansa and Mr. Jansa of Slaton. On their return to Brady they spent Sunday night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ‘Booger Sides in Odessa. * * * Guests in Bell home Easter holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Marshall of Houston and Mrs. Bell’s two sisters, Miss Olene McShan of Pampa and Mrs. H.B. Mayfield of San Angelo. * * * Easter guests in Brady Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tucker, students at State University, Las Cruces, N. Mex., were Easter guests of her mother, Mrs. Cecil Nelin, sister, Elizabeth, and grandmother, Mrs. Ellen T. Graham. The Tuckers are outstanding students in their school where Mrs. Tucker has recently become active in Delta Zata Sorority and is editor of the sorority paper. Mr. Tucker is a member of Phi Tau Fraternity and is treasurer of the chapter.