SFA Roundup apr 16-1967

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SFA Roundup apr 16-1967 - Sf a roundup Sixty students, 41 seniors and 19...
Sf a roundup Sixty students, 41 seniors and 19 juniors, will be initiated initiated into the National Honor! Society May 16. Seniors are Lynda Armstrong, Armstrong, Jane Bashaw, Evelyn Battalia, James Bayer, John Bond, Robert C. Borden, Carolyn Carolyn Box, Russell Bradley, Don Branson, Sally Castenson, Sandra Sandra Cox, Lynne Cunningham. Barbara de St. Paer, Marie Dorsey, Bill Drvden. Shirley Ellis, Tiled a Ellis, Becky Ethridge, Ethridge, Gaylen Fickey, Catherine Catherine Frieda, Judy Gassiot, and Sharon Gough. Also. Diane Griffin, Elaine Hanover, Moses Hernandez,! Danny Hilton. Martha Hoppess. Elaine Keown, Martha I^ero, Janice Lys, Jane Mills, Darlene Darlene Nichols, Rosemary Patranella, Patranella, Tia Porterfield, Benny Siegert, Gary Sorenson, Linda Stermer, Judy White, Carol Stevens, Candy Yager, and Alan Young. Juniors are Elizabeth Anderson, Anderson, Brian Barker. Brad Beal, James Clark. Lane Dyke. Dale Foster, Barbara Freeman, Mark Hale, Gail Hobgood, Elizabeth Jones, Bonnie Matcek, Matcek, Sandra Meadors, Eddie Mendl, Darla Jean Oftg, Billy Pate, Louise Schlieker, Tim Vick, Tom Vick, and A1 Wal- j drop. Students are chosen on the basis of scholarship, service, and leadership. Seniors must have a 3,0 grade average or better to be Newcomb, Ronnie Beal; best all-around, Irene Fazzino, Alan Young; best dressed, Linda Stermer, Larry Jones, and personality personality plus, Phyllis Dittfurth, Donnie Beal, Also, most dependable, Beth Paterson, Ricky Rice; most lalentod, Shirley Ellis, David Beal; most athletic, Judy White, Billy Hodge; most likely likely to succeed, Diane Griffin, Thomas Marberry; and shiest, Carla Houston and James Bayer. * * * Bob Veith. Indianapolis “500” automobile racer, spoke considered; juniors, a 3.5 average. average. Teachers that have had the students in class or have worked worked with them in club work or activities rate them in leadership leadership and service. Approximately Approximately 15 percent of the senior class and 5 percent of the junior class are selected. Senior members selected last spring are Suellen Ball, Sharon Bond, Guy Clifton, Olivia Columbetti, Columbetti, Caren Conlee, Betty Cummings, Phyllis Dittfurth, Irene Fazzino, Betty Franklin. Jane Hart, Thomas Marberry, Mike Nevill, Geneva Newcomb, Gordon Pratt, Beth Paterson, Barbara Prihoda, Ann Sandlin, Joyce Scarpinato, Judy Skrivanek. Skrivanek. Sue Summers, and Janice Janice Turek. These students will induct the new members. * * * Twenty senior students were selected to senior class honors. Honors are as follows: Best Looking, Shirley Jarvis, Peter Shaffer; Friendliest, Geneva at an assembly April 10. Mr. Veith showed a film including races at Daytona Beach, Indianapolis, Indianapolis, and Pikes Peak. His topic was Champion Highway Safety. * * * Pan Am Week was April 9-15. Betty Cummings, Pattie Echols, Jaime Vinas, and Ronald Ronald Williamson attended the state convention in Austin April 6-8. Mrs. Mary Ellen Vincent, sponsor, accompanied the group. * * * Duane Gever, Ed Slovacek, and Julia Ward represented the German Club at the state convention April 8 in San Marcos. Marcos. They heard lecfures on Germany and its customs and attended plays performed by members of other German clubs in the state. Mrs. Mary Ann Harrison, club sponsor, accompanied the group. JOB THROUGH WANT AD BOSTON 'TPi — Boston’s new director of public facilities

Clipped from The Eagle16 Apr 1967, SunPage 3

The Eagle (Bryan, Texas)16 Apr 1967, SunPage 3
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