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1964 lions queen - Nine Valley Girls Contestants For District...
Nine Valley Girls Contestants For District Lions Clubs Queen CELESTE BUCHANAN NORMA DE LA FUENTE Fifteen South Texas beauties, including nine from the Valley, will compete for the title of queen of District 2-A3 Lions /-i u ♦ , „4 f lubs ai a district con en this week in McAllen. Fouad Mattar of Weslaco, is — chairman for the queen's con- — test, which will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The winner will you be disclosed at a Western party at the Pate Ranch in Hi- dalgo Saturday night. she Jim Cook of Weslaco. Lions international counselor, will Pa^ serve as master of ceremonies her for the beautv revue. Trophies ancl will be awarded to first second and third place winners,’ Matter said. her Tudpps will be nrovidod bv Me- Allen Lions Girls competing are: Cathy Rainwater. Weslaco, 17 year-old high school junior. She is vice president of the Student Council and Y-Teens, secretary of the Girls’Athletic Association, • m jjieuuia ».lucut ^ a 'Ve^la™ p"!lcesi a"d varsl,y cheerleader. She also is a mem- d ber of the Hidalgo Cotillion, Methodist Youth Fellowshic b o clrol hall tosm tl An nr > bows Order of the Rain- f lumr5eshe^rprneSidenrif p iunir>r Hass rpnnrtpr and _ old the junior class, reporter and historian for the Future Home-; makers of America and member! of the pep squad. Joanne Rogers, Robstown, 16- vear-old sophomore. She is active active in the Future Homemakers of America, the school choir and pep squad. Norm? de la Fuente, Mission La Lomita Club, 17. A senior, she is a member of the Nation- LINDA D. GARZA JENNIFER FINDLEY al Hrinor Society, varsity cheer-; leader. Pan American Club pres- ident and Future Homemakers of America treasurer. She was a voting delegate to the Pan Amer- lean Student Forum convention and the FHA state meeting. Jennifer Findley, Mission Lions Club, 18. Also a senior, she is a twirier with the band, a mem- ber of Y-Teens. Thespians, Fu- ture Homemakers and Hidalgo rotillion She has been named Xev Club sweetheart, homecom- ing princess and most beautiful in her class. Celpste Buchanan Alamo 17 teie. te buchanan. Alamo, 17- vear-old senior. She is secre- iarv nf tho «oninr pis« tars of the senior class, vice president of Mu Alpha vice president of Y-Teens, bas- ketball sweetheart and member of the National Honor Society. Bearettes and ^eïve^ on the Bearettes Council. Suzanne Tewell, „ 17 vearnid spnim* QhpiJTp 17 ear old senior She is vice president ct the National Honor execuUve council ¿"the^tidrnt*!1*” executive council of the student, STELLA J. WIECH CHERYL JOYNER CATHY RAINWATER VIRGINIA VINEYARD Parent. Teachers Association. StPlH lame Wiprh Rrnunc niiP nmJL n!h ifi a innmr w . a A u ctLpnt Council reporter feature “ nrpdripnt nf mJS ip Ynlith FpI 1 nwshm anri^a''mpmhf>r t lh i ilor fifi S Club She aho ha ‘member of iho vat innLLf Wnrci ri.ih rllm r c r ,uK1Tai Art? Junior Cultural " virrH«u a 1 =; Jar Srt fr hi fn ib Vnnno^t Tfho onntJ. L hvftml lirinHo honH Ini' nn ' ‘ , UKljde bdnd am1 (,irl ^ \i art ha QninH^H vinae villi ifi \ hicrh ^ k 1 lAir ir w is a member of her schoo band, rinh^anH «nimVh nSh erxKe\ Club and Spanish (lub Linda Diana Garza. Rio Gran- ----------------------de City, 16. She is a sophomore, member of Future of Amenca, Science Club and! Girl Scouts 1 Sharon Kay Dingier, Pass, 17. A senior, she is presi- dent of the Spanish Club and Future Homemakers, a member

Clipped from Valley Morning Star20 Apr 1964, MonPage 12

Valley Morning Star (Harlingen, Texas)20 Apr 1964, MonPage 12
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