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SONNY AND CHER WERE THERE; ELEPHANTS, TOO Sonny and Cher were there as well as elephants, girls In granny dresses-wlth faces to match, and even some Western costumes, for after all, It was Western Day at Clute Junior High. Pictured here are the winners for costumes and talent. Seated are the best dressed: Betty Reynolds, In silver and orchid, and Keith White who looked much like a Ramb- lln' man. First place talent winners were "grannies- Linda Lybarger and Jo Beth Williams, center, with honorable^ mention going to David Ramsey and Sharon Runnels as the singing duo Sonny and Cher, left, and three elephants Diane Whltley, Anna Obenhaus and Vickie Norrls. The annual fun day is sponsored by the Student Council. | Honor Roll |4 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS FREEPORT, TEXAS, Wednesday, May 4, 1966 BRAZOSPORT SENIOR HIGH '; SCHOOL THIRD NINE WEEKS : SENIORS ," Jacquelyn D. Anderson, Nancy E. Bell, Cheryl A. Benner, MarthaJ.Blackwell, Sandra L. Bond, Michael A. Brautlgam, Rebeccas. Brown, Margaret M. Canavan, Val A. Clark, Cynthia Cours, Carolyn L. Dalrymple, Jo Ann Theresa David, Timothy L. Davis, and Linda G. Dobbs, GenetteK. Emshoff, JohnG. Galaznik, Margaret E. Girouard, Gwendolyn I. Halm, Bonnie L. Hancock, Joe M. Harris, Chris D. Harsdorff, Cynthia A. Herring, Helen J. Hewett, Katherine A. Huebel, Martha C. Irvln, Christina R. Israel, Carolyn D. Jackson, and Elaine K. Johnson, Rogert G. Johnston, Mar- jorle F. Jones, Kathryn L. Jungerman, JacquelynS. King, • Mary L. Krause, Margie A. Lux, Diana L.Mach, Robert E. May, Rodney A. McKee, * Marie E. McNair, John S. S Meek, and Cheryl L., Mick, f Leah .R. Miron^JAvis rf .•' I Morgan KennethR. Muse, Rob-' ert T. : Muzny, June A. Ollm, Karen L. Partridge, Emily M; Perry/William H. Plummer, < Cheryl A. Prescott, Susie Quintanilla, CandaceB. Rabon, ' William D. Reed, Jr., Mary G. Rosenkranz, and Vernon C. Sanders, Imo J.Sansom, JohnE.Saw- yer, Robert L. Surovec, Celia A. Teel, Mary Jane Thomas, James Tidwell, Robert C. Treadwell, John D. Watson, Sharon L, West, and Samuel D. Wilson JUNIORS Virginia L. Altman, AlanR, Beale, Janls Lee Brannan] William D, Bushman, Barbara J. Crowe, Lucy H. Cunningham, Carlos W. Davis, Jr., William L. Duello, Deborah L. Faltisek, Stephen L, George,. Richard D, Gerard, Julie F. Greer, Kathryn B, Haralson and Carol J, Harness, Shirley J, Holman, Lex Hubbard, Kenneth W, Lentz, Kenneth E, Lloyd, Barbara J MUU, Wandas, Nesmtth, Ralph M. Palmer, Janet F, Peters, Frances A. Raney, Elaine M. Roach, Emmy Robertson, and Norma G. Rogers, Mark B. Sanders, Ruth E. Singleton, Deborah A. Smith, Martha A. Smith, Pamela J. Smith, Jeanette Snelgrove, Linda K, Sumerford, Mary E. Thlbeaux, Janle L. Thomson, Gwendolyn White, Betty L. Williams, and MelindaS. wix- om SOPHOMORES Roy A. Anderson, Carolyn S. Barnett, Rebecca J. Bearman, Jeanne A. Benefiel, Sharon M. Biggs, Judith K. Bui- lard, Dorothy F. Burnett,Sally Caldwell, Bonnie K. Canavan, James S. Chafln, Mikee S. Chisholm, Mary G. Christian, Lynne G. Coleman, Me- llnda J. Cooper, and Cecelia Cox, Kathryn J. Crews, Arthur K. Darington, Vincent H. Evans, Karen A. Hanzel, Kerry G. Hendon, Cynthia A. Kerry, Kathy S. Jones, Patricia Kirksey, Jackie S. Kleypas, Jeanette E. Langner, Beverly A. Mayberry, and Dennis o. McConnell, ; " Deborah K. McCreight, Johnny L. McDaniel, Marcelline Y. McLamore, Virginia L. Moses, Barbara A. Nesmlth, Jan Ceile Parry, Virginia K. Person, Bbbbye Gail Richards, Pamela J. Rogers, and Eugene O. Rooke, Derwln D. Savant, Naomi G. Scott, David L. Smith, Phillip W. Snow, William E. Sterling, Barbara A. Stoute, Kenneth W. Thompson, Randall D. Wilklns, Michael R. Williams, and Linda C. Zachary FREEPORT JUNIOR HIGH Seventh Grade Bonnie Jane Boudreaux, David Alan Curbello, B rend a Gayla Darling, Rebecca Donnell, Diane Margaret Easterling, Carol Anne Evans, Glen Dale Faulk, Renee Yvette French, EvelynDeen Fry, Linda Kay Gamblin, Byron Joseph Gernand, and David Eugene Harry, Kris Ann Holder, Claire Anne Knipping, Ricky Lynn Link, Blake Lee McKnight, Sue Lynn Matula, Carol Ann Nor- rls, Richard Roland Rangel Mary Ruth Slmms, Deborah Denlse Slaughter, and Debra Lea Smith. Linda Sue Todd, Dorothy Edna Vlktorln, Barbara Dl- anne Warren, Maribeth Wathen, and Barbara L. Wlxom. High average for seventh grade: Sue Lynn Matula. High average for eighth grade: Deborah Ann Little. Eighth Grade Catherine Eileen Armstrong, MorrisslaJuanBanks, Tressie Mae Barnett, Gary- Edwin Bass, Douglas Conrad Blllle, Samuel Avon Bond, Nancy Ruth Bruton, Candace Calhoun, Jack Capps, Brenda Gail Chapman, and Barbara Elaine Chenault. Barbara Gene Collins, Michael Harden Cooper, Brenda Laverne Crowe, Mary Helen Cruz, LlndaSueDarnell, Wanda Elaine Davenport, Marguerite Fleming, Patricia Gayle Fort, Nelda Lee Gant, Shelly Eileen Gray, and Janis Monica Heinroth. , Sheilia Alllne Kelly, Karen • L'ynne Kenyon, Deborah ^Kay" Lawhon, Linda Kay Le'ake", Deborah Ann Little, Jana Aan McDougal, Edwin Eugene Markham, John David Morgan, Linda Danielle Newburn, Dorothy Lynette Patterson, and John David Revels, Donna Kathryn Slemers, Mary Evelyn Sterling, Ann Elizabeth Teinert, Robbie Diane Thompson, Richard Leigh Travis, Mary Susanne Vancil, Patricia Lavone Warren, Karon Teresa Whitehead, Joe LaHay Williams, and Rodney Lathan Wooster. Ninth Grade Harold Ammons, Martha Lynn Bundlck, Judy Elizabeth Brooks, Kathy Lynn Brautl- gam, Donna Rae Billle, Karin Lynn Cahoon, Judy Carol Cantu, Bruce Wayne Crooker, Wanda Gayle Daniels, Cynthia Kay Evans, Susan Kay Farmer, and Shiela Ferguson. Charles Alvln Fields, Gon- zajo Garcia, Jr., Sandra Kay Gebert, Rose Marie Gernand, Florence Annette Glover' Katheryn Sue Harkreader, Dorothy Sue Harris, and Michael Heather Larry William Henson, Rick Alan Hopkins, Kevin Kemp, Richard Bruce Klbodeaus, Nikki Lee Knapp, Lynn Langham, Rita Jan Lokey, Deborah Dlanne McClure, Susan McMullen, Henry Fuller Mixon, and Ronald Oden. Margaret Rose Reaux, Jane Elizabeth Reeves, Beverly Diane Rieger, Tana Marie Shreves, Janet Skaggs, Annabell Soto, Mary FrancesStan- ley, Terry Lee Stifflemlre, and Samuel Sutherland. Iris LaNell Teas, Charlotte Ann Tidwell, Gall Yvonne Tribble, Ginger Kay Walling, Michael Alton Wheeler, Rebecca Ann Williams, Rita Yvonne Williams, and Elizabeth Ann Wlxom. High average for the ninth grade: Dorothy Sue Harris. Anglefon play opens Thursday ANGLETOfr - "The Two Mrs. Carrolls;'" a psychological mystery thriller by Martin Vale, Is the spring production of the Angleton Playhouse players that will open Thursday at 8 p.m Jin the high school drama room here. Tickets are available to the public at $2.25 for adults and $1.25 for children. Reservations can be made in advance by contacting Mrs. Mary Peterson at Tl 9-5726 or Mrs. Martha Domlney at TI 9-7671. Reservations must be made by 5 p.m. Wednesday. The play tells the story of a devoted and unsuspecting wife who is slowly being poisoned by her husband — a character who seems to prefer murder to divorce. The second Mrs. Carroll has no Inkling of his true character. Little does she know that, because he fancies himself in love with a beautiful neighbor on the Riviera, he plans to murder her. It is only after a visit from the first Mrs. Carroll that she begins to suspect the truth. Veteran playhouse favorites Neva Wilkins and Dale Runkel will be seen in the leading roles ol the second Mrs.Car- roll and her husband, Geoffrey. Other members of the cast are; Betty Shanks as Cecily, the other woman; Patsy Hambltn as Mrs. Harriet Updyke, the first Mrs. Carroll; Lamar Peterson as Dr. Tuttle, the second Mrs. Carroll's doctor; Marcial Knapp as Dennis Pemiington, aformer fiance of Mrs. Carroll; Ann Denby as a maid and Marcia Johnson as Cecily's mother. VFW post to install officers Veteran of Foreign Wars Brazosport Post 8676 will have Installation of officers Saturday, 7 p.m., at the Post Home, according to Richard Mangum, post commander. Chris Stromerof Galveston, an officer In District 1C, will t» Installing officer, Mangum said. All members and guests of the Post are Invited to attend the ceremonies. Officers to be Installed are Commander Richard Mangum, Senior Vice Com mander Orltze Miller, Junior Vice Commander Louis J. Pastore, Quartermaster Eddie Pyle, Chaplain Lester Watklns, Post Surgeon Marcus Monroe and Trusty Cyr Drussard. The Ladles Auxiliary will also have Installation ceremonies at this time and Immediately after there will be a steak dinner for all members and tlielr guests, Mangum said. Mangum said Information may be obtained by calling the Post Adjudaht at BE 3-5554 after -1 p.m. each day. Donbury sets orientation DANBURY _ Orientation Day for all beginners In the Danbury schools has been set for Friday, May 13. Students who will enter the first grade for the first time next September are to register that day, according to an announcement from the school. All children who will be six years of age on or before Sept. l, 1966, are asked to come to the school cafeteria at 9 a. m. on that date, the announcement said. Parents accompanying the students are asked to bring the student's birth certificate, and a record of his or her Immunizations. Prior to admission to the schools InSeptember, the child must be Immunized against smallpox, dlptherla, polio and show evidence of a tuberculin test. ' ;• . -, - '•'.•' • • : | • >•#;•;,.. TV ptrmit sought FREEPORT - Nell Caldwell, representing a tele vision cable firm, approached the Freeport City Council Monday night, on passing an ordinance allowing the firm he represents to bring the cable service to subscribers In the City. He said his firm would offer 12 channels to Freeport subscribers. After a brief discussion, Caldwell was granted permission to come to the next Council meeting - May 16 - when the matter will be discussed further. t ".' i •-• ^ , P i i) —, 1 t f 1 jtnwiFI »v(w *f ^ JOE A, KLDJKOVSKY HJ, son of Mr, and Mrs, J. A, Klinkovsky Jr, of West Columbia, has been named Star Greenhand of Area 3, District 3, Future Farmers of America. Joe, a 9th grader at West Columbia Junior High, competed with the top first year FfA members from approximately 30 schools In the Gulf Coast area. MATlVi WQMQTiQ TQ left, P; Mrs, J. c, Overbaugh, fgj-merly of Freeport, His wjfe Joanna is also a Freeporl a^ive. After graduating from Bwogport High School in 4954, Over, earned a BA degree from the o; Texas in 1959, 61 bill advantages explained Post-Korean veterans planning to take advantage of the educational provisions of the new GI Bill should bear in mind certain restrictions, p. J. Mims, Manager uf thy Veterans Administration Regional Office IB jHoMston said today. The new tyll does not perroU apprenticeship courses and farm training, such as were authorized under previous Gl Bills. Flight training by JtseUalone wljl not be permitted, It will become authorized only when It Is part of a complete college or urJversity program leading to a definite degree, Veterans discharged frpjn the Armed Forces after Jan, 31, 1955, will be eligible to be? gin courses after Jujie }, 1966, Full Information may be pfe talned in any VA office and in most cyllege? a^d .edyeayfifl. al centers. Applications are available |o m,ost coJIeges, CQun|y y e t. SjeryJLce ,0f|4ces. Jgpd "WE BEST ME^LS BE<I/1S» HCRS PRICES GOOD ALL DAY WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY, May 4, 5^ 6; 7. *?•' •* ~v c «iJ. Heinz SWEET RELISH. * .25' Heinz Kosher DILLPICKLES _*-.= 39' Lipton TEA BAGS..... 48count 59' Heinz KETCHUP...M-«i 5 $ 1 Skinners Macaroni & SPAGHETTI!- ^2 27' Azar shelled PECANS........ i°..°v.^..79' Bama smooth PEANUT BUTTER jl: 49' McCormick BLACK PEPPERi— 39' My-T-Fine PUDDINGS 10' Dole Pineapple JUICE 46 ° z ™ 35 C Libby's "" CUT BEETS._«-> 4 49' Uncle William KRAUT.. .-- 2 - 27' Libby's garden* ; - ,--* SWEET PEAS 3M -3 69' Star-Kist ———— CHUNK TUNA ^ 2 69' Libby's 3-1/2 oz. can ' POTTED MEAT 9 M Armours TREET --.49' Heinz strained (except meaf) BABY FOOD 10- J 1 Libby's Crushed Nl , . ^ PINEAPPLE - 4 M Libby's Sliced . . ."" PINEAPPLE - 4 S 1 Welch GRAPE JUICED-!-55' Royal GELATIN 3 29' Fishers Salted * * PEANUTS Comstock Cnerry PIE MIX ?.°A.I:°.?_ 2 • 69 C 3&by Beef S/>/o/v STfAK 79t. UND STEAK STEAK Baby Beef Ib. Ib, 85' RUMP ROAST Fresh GROUND Ib, Ib, 79 '^ LEGS BREASTS THIGHS 49. BACKS WINGS MiMMMMHBl MOHA\NK HICKORY $MOK£D NECKS Ib. Ib. 29' 303 can KM 0 wmsss* Libby's French style GREEN BEANS. 2 39 ( blue Ribbon RICE . ^'b.^. 35 e Glad STRAWS -±..19' Diyad spray DEODORANT. ??ii! 69' Sudden Beauty HAIR SPRAY-^±i 67' KJ F ooun Hormel SIZZLERS • b 59 ( Hormel Dairy Brand'SI iced BACON * * b Rath Blockhawk FRANKS ...... i?°v Rafh Bologna-Pickle Olive LUNCH MEAT 3 Mohawk hickory smoked £:-49 l SLICED PICNIC 43 C \V Mohawk canned PICNICS .-?-«!:•-=: 5 2 19 Frosty Acres ORANGE 60, JUICE ..."". f*'. Patio combination DINNERS . . . Sarah Lee Apricot Danish COFFEE r WE WOULD LIKE TO BAKE SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR MOTHER ! 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