April 24-27, 1962 The July Jubilee float’redesigned and redecorated’will leave at 10:30 a.m. Friday for San Antonio to make its first official appearance of the new season. The float will be seen Saturday night in San Antonio’s Fiesta Flambeau parade. Riding on the float will be Miss Linda Bradham of Brady, a Trinity University student and reigning Miss Heart O’ Texas, Kathryn Leach of Brady and Diane Watkins of Lohn. David T. Quinn and John Watson will take the float to San Antonio and drive it in the parade, one at the wheel while the other operates the portable power plant which furnishes the float’s decorative lights. The float will be partially disassembled for the trip to San Antonio, but Parade Chairman James Isbell will have a crew there to set it up Saturday. “It has to be in the parade line by 4:30 p.m. for the judges,” Isbell said. The crew will be working on the float at the Pearl Brewery. In rebuilding the float, the committee retained the “Heart O’ Texas” theme, of course. A huge heart, opened like a clam shell, will sit at the rear’and will oscillate from side to side. A dainty fairy’taken from a previous edition of the float’will be mounted on the front and also will pivot from side to side. The new float was built in a hanger at Curtis Field, and the crew had planned to make a trial run around the square Wednesday night but couldn’t get the job finished in time. They did, however, plan to take the float out Thursday night for a test around the square about 8:20 p.m. Three girls from Brady High’s junior class, Judy Davenport, Jeannette Sorrell and Rose Ann Reynolds, were asked to ride for the test Thursday night. * * * 30 performers to vie in talent show More than 30 entertainers are entered in the city-wide Talent Contest to be held in the Brady High School Auditorium Friday night. Singers, dancers and musicians are on the program. The show is sponsored by the Brady High School student council. Here are the entries’ Elementary division: James Carmichael, Jimmie Young, Sonja and Markus Kurda, Susan White, Andy Head and Linda Bingham, Blanche Michlethwaite, Christine Allen, Raymond Lefuente, J. H. Allen and Jamie Locklear. Junior High Division’Susan Sanderford and Carolyn Powell, Joan Breckenridge, Betty McMillan, Walter Brown, Annita Bennett, Connie Sue Burkland, Belinda Brittian, James Frost. High School Division’Cheryle Huffman, Diane King, Kensing Trio, Frank Torres, Rose Ann Reynolds, Jimmy Atherton and group, Bobby Dannheim, Linda Harvey, Anne Lawler, Jeanagayle Deeds and Georgann Granville. Proceeds from the show will go toward training of next year’s student council officers at a one-week workshop this summer. * * * Honor grads named for ’62 senior class Virgil Moore, 18, is the valedictorian and Pat Porter, 17, is the salutatorian of Brady High School’s graduating seniors this year. Based on their grades for the last two years, Moore had a average of 94.17 and Pat had an average of 93.87. Moore, secretary of the Future Farmers of America chapter and a member of the National Honor Society, is the son of Mrs. Agnes Moore of Brady. He plans to attend the University of Texas. Pat is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Porter. She is secretary of the senior class, head majorette of the band, editor of the annual, FFA sweetheart, DAR citizen, secretary of the National Honor Society, and “most popular girl” at Brady High. She plans to attend Texas Christian University. Brady High has 71 seniors who are candidates for graduation. * * * Juniors give play at Rochelle The junior class of Rochelle High School will present a three-act drama, “Who Killed Aunt Caroline'” at 8 p.m. on Monday, April 30. Tickets are 50 cents and 25 cents and may be obtained in advance from any member of the class. Listed in the cast are: Mary Dennis as Mrs. Eleanor Simpson; Marilyn Moseley as Donna Simpson; Butch Edwards as Riccy Simpson; Verda McBee as Vicki Simpson; Cheryl Knight as Cheryl Simpson; Carol Lynn Haywood as Aunt Caroline; Sandra Cottle as Miss Mabbit; Waylon Cowan as Donavon; Linda Smith as Lisa MacClain; Lynda Smith as Joan Hagaman and Steve Neal as Lieutenant Clayton. * * * Lohn Seniors’ play set for Friday Lohn High School seniors will present their class play Friday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Lohn Tabernacle. A three-act comedy, it is entitled, “Have a Heart.” Advance tickets are 60 cents for adults and 30 cents for students. Tickets will be 65 cents and 35 cents at the door. * * * PERSONAL MENTIONS Here for Easter Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Land and children, Denese, David and Diana, of Abilene, were Easter guests of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Land and Mr. and Mrs. Golden Jones.