William and Ann Burns
'" ' - -T f -. - IBBS-i - ' " V 1. i - i ! .- 1 i -' "'"""V ; j - . . ' r.i: ',;: - 1 lp . y ; ; . -; . ' PLANNING A FLYING TRIP Dr. and Mrs. William Q. Burns, Marshall residents since last October, often take off in the wild blue yonder With Dr. Burns ot the controls of a plane and Mrs. Burns along as a "good passenger." Known to family and friends os Bill and Ann, they became Marshallites when Dr. Burns opened a. dental clinic at 100 Forest Terrace. The dentist is a native of Texarkana and his wife hafls from Corsi-cana. The tall former captain in the Dental Corps at tended Baylor and was stationed at Lukt Air Forc Base in Phoenix, Ariz., before .leaving the service. Mrs. Burns, a music major at SMU, enjoys playing the piano and is a new member of Marshall Music Club- Her husband is a member of the Jaycees and Marshall Lions Club. They are pictured in t h e i r home at 1 109 Pinecrest Drive, West, as they study aeronautical charts to plan a flying trip.