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Sunday, May 7," 1967 R.'*ft*> v fe '** '*«** tijf *^7I Zut, J* *.»'.«. wk® Graduation Banquet Fetes Baytown Junior 8th Grade DISTRICT WINNERS from Robert E. Lee )llgh School IH InUsrscfioliwtic League competition are, left to right, Barbara DeGarmo, Nocond In typing; Robert Zubik, fir»t in sci- ence; Kathy Stftiibery, first in shorthand; Mike Mullen, HrHt in ready writing; Put Kvcton, first in typing, Zublk also won first in regional competition. LINDA REINEKE Bnytown Junior School Tuesday eighth graders had a graduation banquet sponsored by the Parent's Council at the Robert E. Lee Auditorium, . On the pi'OKrnm were Dr. P. D. Hodge, principal, and master of ceremonies; Virgil Hargis, invocation; Mrs, Ed Hasty, Welcome; Jerry Jameson, president of the student body who gave the response; and an "Octet plus Two", under the direction of Mrs. Mattybelle Durkee, choir director. The singing group * included Classic King, Susan Sanders, Nancy Hasty and Alison Hill, MOTOROLA COLOR TV Think about if—What else can bring you and your family as much good, solid fop entertainment as Motorola Rectrangulor Color TV. TOP Movies Color adds a large measure of enjoyment and realism to movies on TV. \ .s Rectangular ColorTV Console • size: picture! Super-compact cabi- nel! Genuine Walnut veneers and select hardwood- solids with •Walnut finish, 479" model CL6MC 20" picture, measured diagonally; 227 sq. In, Southern Radio 2515 Market 582-5005 Mexican Fiesta Will Fete Cedar Bayou 8th Graders Cedar Bayoa Junior School The Parents Council at Cedar Bayou has decided on the type of party to be given eighth graders, It will be a Mexican Fiesta Thursday, May 18, in the Roseland Pavilion in Roseland Park, The committee chairman is Mrs, Grady Jeffrey. Mrs. Kenneth Peters is'in charge of decorations with Mrs. Warren Spencer in charge of the food, Mrs. L. P. Gaines is in charge of entertainment and Mrs. Dudley Kirkland is in charge of prizes. Mrs, Kelly Mai-tin and Mrs. R. L. McCullough are in charge of publicity, Parents Council has donated 550 toward the cost of the party. In post years the Parents Council has given the graduating ninth grade class a banquet. This year it was decided to have a different kind of activity for eighth graders due to the change of grade placement. SPEECH CONTEST Five sixth grade students won a total of seven ribbons In an intra-city speech contest held at Baytown Junior School last Saturday. First place ribbons went to Dale R e a v i s for persuasive speaking and Phil Chandler for boys' story telling. Second place ribbons were awarded to Gary Warren for both boys'--dramatic. Interpretation and impromptu speaking and Patti Cochrum for girls' dramatic interpretation,. Third place awards were prer sented to Karen Kozloski for girls story telling and for a demonstration speech and to Phil Chandler for poetry, Cedar Bayou had 13 entrants in this contest. BAYOUETTES New members for the Bayou- ettes were invited to attend the Bayouette meeing last Thursday. Leslie L a n h a m, president, gave a brief introduction on Bayouettes activities. Gay la Greer, vice president, gave a resume of the organization's work this year and Brenda Smith .gave a brief reminder of dues. Committees were appointed for a party to-be given this month. The girls decided to have a swimming party as an end-- of- school party. New members are Vicki Lynnc Badgley, Shirley Davanay, Debbie Davidson, Janis Davis, Deborah Elliott, Lee Ann Goodin, Karen Hamll, Terry Lee Henscey, Margie Hooper, Judy Howell, Odile Jaubert, Kay Kudla, Lynette Lumpkin, Wanda Mastors, Vicki Montgomery, Marilyn Morgan, Knthy Osborne, Jan Owen, Donna Rogers, Rebecca Russell, Dorothy Simmons, Deb' ra Smith, Theresa Sonnier, Jane Tell, Kristin Kay Wallace, Debbie Welch, Vicki Lynn Wlmmer, Rae Ann Workman and Beverly Zublk. BAND CONCERT Douglas Wallace band director, announced the sixth, seventh and eighth grade bands will perform in a spring- concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Cedar Bayou auditorium. This will be the final performance this year. BAYOU BREEZE Kay Corbell gets a new horse . . . Marilyn Hoskins and Cindy Edwards are in a welcoming party . , , James McKey barely makes it ... Gayle Billings invites someone over. Claudia McClelland likes to trade dresses . , , Elaine Johnson is happy . . . Ginger Foxworth has a slap • slick . , . Kathy Fisher and Camllle Reed get cold drinks for everybody , , . Kathl Rodgers orders some books. Barber's Hill Patter Donna Jo Troutman says everybody Is mad at her , . .Ronnie Trousdalc is lute for school , . . car trouble? . . , Karen G, Jimmy F, ( Debbie Q,, and Harry Marls cut up paper in study hall . . , Everett Parker is late too, but he wasn't, with Ronnie. Patsy Williams says she's not mad at Donna Jo . , . Several people went out to eat after the prom , . . Junior rings are in, . . . Connie Skaggs glitters. . . Gale Murdock makes a phone call. Molly Stockman has a bruise . . . Robert Henry sleeps during speech ... every day?, . , Frank Qark takes a tumble in chemistry . . . John Hal) gives advice . . John Malone has visions of Hollywood .... The The horn cm a kin g--class- thinks something has exploded .', . Deborah McKay, for service to Jeanette Rhodes, and for character to Glenda BUtler. The induction of the NHS members was made by James Daniel. Deborah McKay gave the benediction, The National Honor Society is sponsored by'Mrs, Carolyn Larrison. Keep Up Witt TV In Focus Linda Reineke, altos; Larry Shook and Paul Sealo, tenors; Rudolph Gonzales and Jerry Jamt'son, bass. Marsha Scale accompanied on the piano. They sang "Something Told the Wild Geese," "Billy Boy," "Today"/' : and "Somebody Cares for Me," The stage band under the di- retfon of Eugene Stephenson also took part in the activities. The band — composed of Teresa Marth, Scott Leach, Susan Post, Sandra Mullins, Valerie Archer, Benny Woods, Kim Powell, Glenn Morris, John David Foyt, Charlie Smith, Collins Ganson, Clifton Davis, Donna Holt, Anita Anderson. Johnny. Walmsley, Bill Johnston, Scott Brownfield, Jimmy Bowen, Howard Ballentine, Larry Jcffcries and Roger Mnn- ne — played "I Could Have Danced all Night", "Cha-Cha- Choo - Choo," and "The Striper." Mai.no, a trombone player, ployed a solo in "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You." Elton Han-ell's band group also performed, playing "Pipe line" and "Wipeout," The menu consisted of steak- ette, mashed potatoes, green beans, lettuce and tomato salad, French bread and butter, red velvet cake and iced tea, Lttlle autograph booklets wore given as souvenirs. FRENCH CLASS MCNIO The eighth grade French class is having a class picnic at 10 a.m.4o 3 p.m. Saturday/May 20. Students will moot at the school at 9:30 a.m. Each student is asked to bring one dollar to help 'defray the cost of food, drink, and one guest, The menu will consist of barbecue chicken, barbecued beans, potato chips and soda pop. Mrs. Hattie Montgomery, French teacher, is soliciting parents help with transportation or chaperoning. Any parent wishing to help may contact Mrs. Montgomery. GO8UN GOSSIP A mosquito tries to bite Lana Francis 1 eraser In English clnss ... Skinn Man gets put Into a trash can at lunch ,.. Hallle Dunn stffl loves surfing-even if she is allergic to sun . . . Kelly Katribe does her Deed - For- Thc - Day ... Rudolph "Byrd" Gonznles gets wished a happy birthday at lunch . , . Kay Johnson Is embarrassed at fifth period ... Alan Massey wants his book filled . . , Eugene Stephenson laughs "a lot, Theresa Garey and Beverly Guy are look • alikes , . .Charles Clark likes to ran into people ... , Mrs, Helen Johnson tries to explain the difference be- rweon rhyming and prose poetry Suzanne DeLaune tries to avoid someone in the hall . . .Sara Ramey tries to find her booklet, John Thompson moving to California ... Clifton Davis can blow that cornet ... Pam Moravek erases a desk with her perfume , ROBOT could dlujwnfte insurance policies but the KERB-BOND INSURANCE AGENCY, 5 South A»hb*H Street, GETS It's client* bcc»ufie of Ui« ex- tm service it (fives, For Itir BtMice moat of our clients who lire tuito DRIVERS cult ux for the correct liwor- ftttco protection even before they Hrange for » LICENSE!